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HORRINGER 

PARISH REGISTERS, 



Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 



WITH 



APPENDIXES AND BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES. 



1558 to 1850. 



GEORGE BOOTH, CHURCH STREET. 
1900. 



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CONTENTS. 



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Preface 

Abbreviations and Explanations 

Baptisms ... ... ... 

Marriages 

Burials 

Appendix I. — Church Briefs... 

Appendix II. — Monumental Inscriptions within 
Church 

Appendix III. — Monumental Inscriptions in 
Churchyard... 

Appendix IV. — Church Rates for 1693, 1^99 

Appendix V. — Perambulation of Horringer 

Appendix VI. — Rectors of Horringer 

Appendix VII. — Poll Tax Payers of 1381 

Appendix VIII.— Horringer in Domesday Book... 

Appendix IX. — Horringer and Ickworth Sub- 
scribers TO the Suffolk Ship ... 

Appendix X. — Horringer Parliamentary Voters 

Appendix XI. — Curates of Horringer 

Appendix XII. — List of Christian Names 

Biographical Notes 

Indexes, Nos. i, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 

Errata ... ... 



PAGE. 
V to XV. 

xvi. 

I to 108. 
log to 141. 
142 to 204. 
205 to 213. 

214 to 217. 

218 to 243. 
244 to 247. 
248 to 250. 
251 to 255. 
256 to 258. 

259- 

260 to 261. 

262. 

263 to 266. 

267 to 272. 

'^Ti to 356. 

ISI to 395. 

395- 



ILLUSTRATIONS. 

Horringer Church to face Title page. 
The Old Rectory p. xii. 



PREFACE. 

npHIS is not the place in which to attempt to give any history of Horringer, 
-*~ but one or two things may be jotted down. 

I. ITS NAME. — Horningsworth, Horningserth, Horninger, Horringer. 
These forms of the name will be found in successive use during the last 800 years. 
As time runs on names, like other things, will undergo slight changes, and those 
changes generally follow certain unwritten laws. In the change from Hornings- 
worth to Horningserth, and from Horningserth to Horninger, and from Horninger 
to Horringer, the usual law is followed. There are other cases in which worth is 
corrupted into er. I have heard my father say that Ickworth used often to be 
called Icker, and I have heard it so called by an old man within the last few 
months. 

But apparently in the course of the i8th century the form Horningsheath came 
into use, and it still more or less survives and holds the field with Horringer. 

Now Horningsheath is as bad as it can be, and the sooner it is got rid of the 
better. For it is neither the original name, nor is it a legitimate, natural, and 
regular corruption of the original name. It proceeds from a mistaken idea and 
from false etymology. When the old English word worth dropped out of the 
language and people ceased to know that there had been such a word in it, then 
they began to think that the last syllable of Horningserth represented heath, and 
so they took to calling it Horningsheath. But the Domesday book of 800 years 
ago, and other early documents show positively that the last syllable of the name 
was woyth and not heath. Therefore Horningsworth is right, because it is what 
men originally called it: Horningserth, Horninger, and Horringer are right 
because they are the natural and regular corruptions of the original name; but 
Horningsheath is wrong because it is neither the one nor the other, but the result 
of a false notion. 

II. MEANING OF THE NAME.— The first two syllables must repre- 
sent the name of some early owner. I presume that his time lay between the 
rather wide limits of A.D. 500 and 900. Possibly he was an emigrant from the 
shores of the Baltic, and Horningsea in Cambridgeshire may be another of his 
possessions. The last syllable, worth, is an early English word meaning an estate 
of some sort. 

There are certain syllables one or other of which will often be found at the end 
of the names of villages, such as worth, ton, stead, field, ham, and others. And it 



VI 



PREFACE. 



is curious to notice how these syllables will often be found in groups. Without 
going out of this immediate neighbourhood one can see this. In Hawstead, 
Whepstead, Stanstead, and Boxsted we have a group of steads. In Cockfield, 
Stansfield, Stanningfield, and the three Bradfields we have a group of fields. In 
Cavenham, Icklingham, Tuddenham, Heigham, Saxham, Denham, Dalham, we 
have a group of hams. And in Ickworth, Horningsworth, and Bedericksworth 
we have three contiguous worths. The force of this last instance is not weakened 
by the fact that Bedericksworth has changed its original name for that of Bury 
St. Edmunds. 

III. DIVISION INTO TWO PARISHES. — At some time or other 
Horringer was divided into two, Great and Little. There were two halls or 
manor houses, two churches, two rectors. Mr. Gage says that this division seems 
to have been made at some time between the Norman Conquest and the death of 
Henry II, i.e. between 1066 and 1189. The two parishes were consolidated in 
1528. In Appendix VI I have given a list of the rectors of each Horringer from 
1300 to 1528, and of the rectors of the two amalgamated Horringers from 1528 to 
the present time. The church of Great Horringer which is still doing duty to- 
day is dedicated to St. Leonard. The church of Little Horringer which is clean 
gone was dedicated to St. Peter. It stood not far from Little Horringer hall, and 
I imagine that a spade and a pick axe could easily discover what was its length 
and breadth and shape. 

IV. THE OWNERS. — Of that early owner whose name remains 
embedded in the name of the village, like the bones of an extinct animal 
embedded in a rock, I can say nothing. Perhaps he was a Viking, who sailed 
from the shores of the Baltic, landed somewhere on the coast of Suffolk, and 
fought his way inland as far as the worth which still bears his name. 

The earliest owner whom one can see with any distinctness is Theodred, an 
East Anglian Bishop and afterwards Bishop of London. He died somewhere 
about A.D. 960. Mr. Gage prints his will in full. By it he gave his land at 
Ickworth, Horringer, Nowton, and Whepstead to the newly-founded abbey at 
Bury St. Edmunds. 

The next owners then are the Abbots of Bury. When once lands got into the 
possession of an abbey, there they remained as long as the abbey went on, for the 



PREFACE. 



vu 



abbey neither died nor sold nor gave.* So the manors of Great and Little 
Horringer remained in the possession of the Abbots of Bury for nearly 600 years 
after the death of Bishop Theodred. 

In 1537 the monasteries were dissolved and their vast landed possessions came 
before long into the market. The reformation changed the religion of the people 
and the services in their churches. But it did more than that. It set free an 
enormous quantity of land which had been locked up for centuries in the 
possession of the Church, and sent it into the market. 

After the dissolution of the monasteries in 1537 the manors of Great and Little 
Horringer did not keep company but got parted for a time, and so we must follow 
them separately. 

GREAT HORRINGER. — In 1546 this manor and advowson were granted 
by the Crown to Sir Thomas Darcy, afterwards Lord Darcy of Chick. In 1549 
Sir Thomas sold it to Sir Robert Southwell, Master of the Rolls, whose grandson. 
Sir Robert, sold it in 1583 to Sir Robert Jermyn of Rushbrooke, so that hence- 
forth it became part of the Rushbrooke estate. 

The Jermyn family possessed it for the next 125 years, their representatives 
being as follows : — 

1. Sir Robert who first obtained it was he who made that curious marriage 
with Judith Blagge of Little Horringer. (See Blagge in Biographical Notes.) He 
died in 1614 and was succeeded by his son 

2. Sir Thomas. This was he who was the friend and patron of William 
Bedell. (See Bedell in Biographical Notes.) He had two sons, of whom Henry 
the younger was created Earl of St. Albans, and is said to have been privately 
married to Queen Henrietta Maria, the widow of Charles I. Sir Thomas died in 
1644, ^^^ was succeeded by his eldest son 

3. Thomas. This Thomas had two sons, Thomas No. 4 and Henry No. 5, 
and died in 1659. 

4. Thomas. This Thomas became Baron Jermyn on the death of his uncle, 
the Earl of St. Albans, in 1683. His only son Thomas was killed in 1692 by the 
mast of a ship falling on him on the Thames. (See Diary of John, Lord Bristol, 
under Dec, 1692.) Lord Jermyn died in 1703 leaving five daughters and co- 

* Ickworth was an exception to this rule. It only remained in the possession of the abbey for 
about an hundred years, and then was exchanged for Elvedon and became private property. See 
Gage's Thingoe Hundred, p. 275. 



Yiii PREFACE. 

heiresses, of whom Mary, the eldest, was married to Sir Robert Davers of 
Rougham, and brought the Rushbrooke estate to the Davers family. 

5. Henry, the younger brother of No. 4, was created Lord Dover in 1685, and 
succeeded his brother as Lord Jermyn in 1703. He died in 1708 without children, 
and both baronies then became extinct. The article on him in the Dictionary of 
National Biography says that "most of his property passed to Sir Jermyn Davers, 
who had married his niece." This is incorrect, as it was Sir Robert, the father of 
Sir Jermyn, who married his niece. It is not quite clear whether Horringer 
passed to the Davers' family on the death of Thomas, Lord Jermyn, in 1703, or 
on the death of Henry, Lord Jermyn, in 1708. 

Either in 1703 or in 1708 the manor of Great Horringer passed by inheritance 
from the Jermyns to the Davers family, who had it for just 100 years. I have 
given some account of the origin of this ill-fated family in the Biographical Notes. 
Their representatives as owners of the manor of Great Horringer were as 

follows : — 

1. Sir Robert Davers, 2nd Bart., married Mary, one of the five daughters and 
co-heiresses of Thomas, Lord Jermyn, and died in 1722. He was succeeded by 

his son 

2. Sir Robert, who died s. p. in 1723, and was succeeded by his brother 

3. Sir Jermyn, who died in 1742, and was succeeded by his son ' 

4. Sir Robert. This Robert is always ignored, but at p. 320 I have given my 
authority for his existence, which is supported by the fact that the Institution 
books at the Diocesan Registry at Norwich set down Mr. French as being 
presented to the rectory in 1758 by Sir Robert and not Sir Charles. (See p. 254.) 
He died in America in 1763 and was succeeded by his brother 

5. Sir Charles, who was in the army and represented Bury St. Edmunds in 
Parliament continuously from 1774 to 1802, and died without legitimate issue in 
1806. Sir Charles had two sisters, Mary and Elizabeth. Mary died unmarried 
in 1805 at her house on the Angel Hill at Bury St. Edmunds, adjoining the 
Abbey gate. Elizabeth was married to Frederick Hervey, Earl of Bristol and 
Bishop of Derry (see Fred : Hervey in Biographical Notes), and died at Ickworth 
Lodge in 1800. This marriage brought the Rushbrooke estate (including Great 
Horringer) to the Hervey family. On the death of Sir Charles in 1806 his 
nephew, Frederick William Hervey, 5th Earl and afterwards ist Marquis of 
Bristol, by right of his mother succeeded to it. He sold Rushbrooke hall to the 



PREFACE. ix 

Rushbrooke family who now possess it, but Horringer has since then kept 
company with Ickworth, and belongs to-day to his grandson. 

So much for the manor of Great Horringer, which for now over 300 years has 
passed by right of inheritance from owner to owner. As the Abbots of Bury had 
previously possessed it for nearly 600 years, it will be seen that its changes 
through a thousand years in this world of change have not been many, and that 
the auctioneer has not had many opportunities of pointing out its merits. 

With regard to the hall or manor house, in the days of Bury Abbey the abbots 
occasionally resided there. But I imagine that since it became part of the Rush- 
brooke estate it has been a farm-bouse. The present tenant, Mr. Moore, has 
kindly shown me over every corner of it, but I cannot see anything that I could 
put down to the times of the abbots. There are some indications of a moat, but 
they are not very clear. Mr. Gage mentions John Pryck as being a tenant of it 
in the latter days of the abbots. Pryck, recently always spelt Pryke, is an old 
Ickworth and Horringer name which has only lately died out there. 

LITTLE HORRINGER. — -We must now pass on to notice the successive 
owners of this manor. The complications of land tenure in the middle ages are 
so fearful that it is sometimes difficult to make out who is the real owner of land. 
But apparently the Abbots of Bury owned Little as well as Great Horringer. 
They certainly presented to both livings, and one of them built Little Horringer 
hall. This hall was built by John Melford alias Reeve alias Noel, the last of the 
abbots, who only survived the fall of his abbey a few months, and died at Bury in 
1540. It was pulled down by George, 2nd Earl of Bristol, and nothing remains 
of it but the moat and that indescribable something which always remains, even 
though every brick be hauled away. 

Mr. Gage tells us that after the dissolution of the monasteries Little Horringer 
was granted by the Crown to Sir Thomas Darcy, who in 1549 sold it to Sir 
Robert Southwell, who in 1550 sold it to John Moore of Peckham, Co. Kent, who 
in 1552 sold it to Thomas Lucas of Horsecroft, who in 1562 sold it to Sir 
Ambrose Jermyn of Rushbrooke, the father of Sir Robert Jermyn who bought 
Great Horringer. 

It is curious that- though both Great and Little Horringer were in the 
possession of the Elizabethan Sir Robert Jermyn and are now in the possession of 
the Victorian Marquis of Bristol, yet they have not gone together but have 
travelled from the one to the other by totally different routes. While Great 



PREFACE. 



Horringer has always passed by right of inheritance Little Horringer has been 
frequently coming into the market. The auctioneer may have had chances of 
puffing the one while he has had no chance whatsoever of puffing the other. 

From Sir Robert Jermyn the manor passed by some process or other, gift or 
exchange or purchase, to the Blagge family, with whom he was connected by 
more than one marriage. The Blagges have helped to fill the registers, and some 
account of them will be found in the Biographical Notes. They were there from 
about 1570 to about 1640. 

After the Blagges came the Gipps family, who I presume bought it. They 
were there from about 1640 to about 1720. Some account of them will be found 
in the Biographical Notes. 

After the Gipps family came Admiral Thomas Davers, a younger son of Sir 
Robert Davers of Rushbrooke, who I presume bought it, though possibly he may 
have inherited it. Some account of him will be found in the Biographical Notes. 

In 1752 the widow and son of Admiral Davers sold it to George, Lord Bristol, 
who gave ^6,600 for it. He pulled down the hall, and with the materials built 
the present farm-house just outside the moat. 

Since then Little Horringer has kept company with Ickworth, which it joined 
some 50 years earlier than Great Horringer. 

Of its church nothing is visible above ground, but the site is known, and I 
presume that the foundations remain untouched. 

In following the descent of these two manors it must not be supposed that they 
included every house and every acre in the parish. They included the advowson, 
the mansion house, a certain amount of land, a certain number of houses, and 
various manorial rights, but there was a certain amount of land which either 
never had been part of the manor or had got detached from it at some time or 
other, as planets have been detached from the sun, as comets have been detached 
from the earth. One of the charges brought against the last Abbot of Bury was 
that he spent too much time at his granges and that he converted divers farms 
into copyholds. 

Both John, ist Earl of Bristol, and his grandson and successor, George, bought 
up such of these smaller estates in Horringer as they could, and I imagine that 
some of them were thrown into Ickworth park. In a manuscript book George, 
who succeeded his grandfather in 1751, has entered an account of "Purchases 
made by me since the death of my grandfather." 



PREFACE. xi 

To Mr. George Boldero for homes and lands belonging to Mr. Moyle in the Parish of 
Horringer, £840. 

To Mr. Johnson for his house in the churchyard at Bury, which house I afterwards 
exchanged with Lady Ann Hervey for her house and estate in Horringer Parish, £525. 

To Mr. Symonds for his estate in Horringer, £4,500. 

To Mr. Sparke, Mrs. Sparke and Mrs. Kedington for their lands in Horringer, £850. 

To Mr. Neville, Mr. and Mrs. Syer for their lands in Horringer, £1 ,950. 

I cannot identify any of these estates, but as both Mr. Moyle and Mr, Symonds 
were connected by marriage with the Jermyn and Davers families, their estates 
may have been detached portions of the manor of Great Horringer. 

And besides those estates there was that one, now represented by Horringer 
house, which belonged to the Covels in the 17th century, and others of various 
sizes. Horsecroft (see Lucas in Biographical Notes) appears never to have 
formed part of the manor of either Horringer. 

V. THE INHABITANTS.— These registers show us little more than 
their bare names and their duration of life, but I presume that during the whole 
period their occupation was mainly agricultural. For about ten years, viz., from 
1695 to 1704, both in the register of Baptisms and of Burials, the occu- 
pation is given, farmer, labourer, woolcomber, shepherd, as the case may 
be. But except during those ten years no occupation is mentioned till 1813, when 
in the register of Baptisms it begins to be given regularly. The building of the 
great house at Ickworth, which was begun near about 1790, must have brought a 
large number of carpenters and bricklayers into the village, some of whom seem 
to have permanently settled there, and I presume their children are there to-day. 
The bricks required for that building must also have given considerable employ- 
ment for a time, as they appear to have been made on the spot. Sixty years 
earlier, in the time of John, Lord Bristol, Horringer hands had made Ickworth 
bricks for the Court house at Bury St. Edmunds. Thirty years earlier still, viz., 
in 1702, Ickworth bricks were needed for Ickworth Lodge, but as there was then 
a village of Ickworth, Horringer hands need not have been required to the same 
extent. (Letters of John, Lord Bristol, Nos. 204, 206, 1019, 1021, 1023.) 

The population of Horringer as given in the decennial census returns is as 
follows. I have not got the figures for each return. 



1801 
i8ii 
1821 



543 


1831 


523 


1871 


539 


1881 



586 

691 

662 



599 



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PREFACE. 



The following table shows the number of entries which I have printed here in 
each period of fifty years from 1558 to 1850. The first period is eight years short 
of fifty. 

1558 to 1600 
1601 to 1650 
1651 to 1700 
1 701 to 1750 
1 75 1 to 1800 
1 801 to 1850 

Total. 



APTISMS. 


Marriages. 


Burials 


340 


117 


167 


442 


144 


282 


433 


88 


291 


451 


123 


408 


799 


166 


470 


958 


235 
873 


559 


3423 


2177 




THE OLD RECTORY HOUSE. 



PREFACE. xiil 

VI. THE RECTORS.— I have given a list of the Rectors in Appendix VI 
and of the Curates in Appendix XI, and have added there and in the Biographical 
Notes anything that I could find out about them. It will be seen that three of 
the Rectors became Bishops, viz.. Bedell and Womack in the 17th century and 
Lord Arthur Hervey in the igth. The view of the old Rectory house here given 
shows it as it is to-day. I imagine that in its general outline and appearance it 
does not look very different to what it did when Bedell entertained his parishioners 
there and planted and grafted and inoculated and dug in its garden. The sash 
windows of course belonged to a later date. It ceased to be the rectory house 
when the new one was built in 1873, ^^^ i^ now a Village Club and Institute. 

VII. THE VILLAGE.— -It must be enough to say under this heading 
that the centre of Horringer is about two miles from the centre of Bury St. 
Edmunds. On its boundary line lie successively Bury St. Edmunds, Westly, 
Little Saxham (?), Ickworth, Whepstead, Hawstead, Nowton, Hardwick, and so 
back to Bury. (See Appendix V.) The church standing on the Green which 
affords a healthy play-ground for the neighbouring school, Ickworth park peeping 
in through the park gates, the wide village street with wide margins on either 
side, the comfortable looking cottages set well back from the road and standing in 
ample gardens, everything wide, ample, fresh, airy, and clean, make it at any rate 
in its outward appearance a model village. The squalor which disgraces many 
English villages, the narrow, cribbed, confined, unhealthy look which some of 
them have and which makes them more like the slums of a town than like a 
country village, every bit of ground within the minimum legal number of feet 
from the centre of the road grabbed by somebody's greed, the squalid gardenless 
houses touching the very road, so that open windows, if such there should be, 
receive within not air but dust, all this is happily not to be seen in Horringer 
street. 

VIII. THE ORIGINAL REGISTERS.— These are mostly in fair condi- 
tion and have been fairly well kept. From the beginning in 1558 to 1622 the 
writing is very fine and as fresh as if done yesterday, the regnal year of the 
sovereign being given on one side of the page while the year of our Lord is given 
on the other. I have left off printing with the end of 1850, so that we have in 
these volumes the record of three centuries, or to be exact 293 years. In the 
Baptisms there are no gaps. In the Marriages and Burials there are one or two 
short gaps during the troublous times of the 17th century. But though there are 



xiv PREFACE. 

hardly any gaps of whole years, it is clear that many entries have been omitted. 
When entries were not made in the Register at the time but only jotted down on 
any scrap of paper and copied into the book at the end of the year, it is very 
likely that the scraps of paper would be lost and the entries never be made. And 
it is clear that this has often happened. This carelessness went on even to within 
this present century. However, we have got a good deal and must be thankful 
for that. 

As the contents of the two earliest existing volumes are rather mixed, I will set 
them out here. The letters are of my giving. 

A. Baptisms, Feb. 5, 1558, to Dec. 16, 1624. 
Marriages, 1558, to Sept. 21, 1623. 
Burials, Nov. 22, 1558, to June 22, 1624. 
2 pages with list and notices of Rectors. 
Baptisms, Dec. 28, 1624, to July, 1700. 
Marriages, April 13, 1625, to Feb. 17, 1730. 
Burials, March 25, 1625, to July 29, 1682. 
Baptisms, April 6, 1 731, to end of 181 2. 
Burials, May 15, 1731, to end of 1812. 

B. 10 pages of Briefs. (Printed in Appendix I.) 
Births, May 17, 1695, to Dec. 15, 1704. 
Births, Sept. 4, 1698, to Nov. 6, 1700. 

I Marriage, 1698. 5 Marriages, 1653-54. 3 Burials, 1653. 

Loose leaf, containing Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1702. 

Baptisms, Aug. 30, 1700, to Feb. 25, 1730. 

Burials, 1673, to March 16, 1730. 

Loose leaf, containing Burials from Aug., 1695, ^^ July, 1700. 

It will be seen that for a few years on either side of 1 700 there are duplicate 
copies of entries, which do not always exactly agree. This is what I refer to when 
I mention " duplicate." 

In 1679 an Act of Parliament was passed for the encouragement of the woollen 
trade. By the Act an affidavit had to be sworn to and brought to the Minister 
within eight days of burial, declaring that the deceased had been buried in woollen. 
The penalty was £^. Accordingly every entry of burial from 1679 to 1760 or 
soon after states that the affidavit had been received. Now and then it is stated 



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XV 



that it was received after the specified time, I have not thought it worth while to 
print the words "affidavit received," but content myself with saying here that the 
words are there in every case. 

From 1776 to 1785 the date of birth is given as well as that of baptism. I have 
printed this at the end of each entry. 

Towards the close of the last century it appears to have been the common 
custom for children to be privately baptized at home immediately after birth, and 
afterwards (sometimes 2 or 3 years afterwards) received into the Church. Some- 
times the entry was made at the time of the private baptism, sometimes at the 
time of reception, and sometimes at both times. I have left out the second entry 
when I happened to notice it. There is a good deal of confusion in the 
chronological order of the entries, which I have tried to diminish. 

In 1789 begins the very useful custom of giving the mother's maiden name. 
This I have printed in brackets in the Register of Baptisms. 

When there are two surnames in brackets the other one is hers by a former 
marriage. 

It must not be forgotten that till 1751 the year is reckoned to begin at 
March 25. 

There only remains for me to express my thanks to the Rev. James Giddens for 

the help he has given me in many ways. 

S. H. A. H. 
28, Angel Hill, Bury St. Edmunds, 

July, 1900. 



Abbreviations and Explanations. 

:o: 

These abbreviations will be found in the Marriage entries from 
1725 onwards: — L for licence. P for parish. S for single. W for 
widow or widower. 

In the Baptismal entries 1776 to 1786 the date at the end of the 
entry is the date of birth. 

In Baptisms and Burials from 1789 onwards the surname in 
brackets is the mother's maiden name. 

In Marriages 1837 to 1850, "single," "of this parish," and 
"labourer," are implied where it is not otherwise stated. Also, the 
profession after the bride's name is that of her father. 



HORRINGER PARISH REGISTERS. 



BAPTISMS. 



Nomina omnium ac singulorum qui a nato Christo anno 1558 decimoque 
septimo Novembris (quo nmicam^ aie'^ illustrissima ac nunquam satis laudibus 
celebranda princeps D. Elizabetha regium munus feliciter inibat Christianaque in 
Anglia Reipub : curam suscipiebat,) in ecclesia parochiali de Hornincher alias 
Horningsherth magna, caemiteriove ejusdem, vel sacra Baptismatis aqua abluti, 
vel matrimonio rite conjuncti, vel terrae mandati atque sepulti sunt, ex ejusdem 
serenissimae piisimaeque Elizabethae principis mandato in perpetuam rer- 
memoriam ad bonum commune ac publicum pergameno fideliter commissa. 



BAPTISMES. 

Henrie the sonne of Henrie Mahwe. 

John the sonne of John Man. 

Margaret the daughter of Stephen Bully. 

Margaret the daughter of Robert Wellom. 

William the sonne of William Lilly. 

Ann the daughter of Mr. Jaslin. 

John the sonne of John Godfrie. 

Marie & Francis the daughters of John Turner. 

Elizabeth daughter of Martin Rooding. 

William the sonne of Edmund Kent. 

John the sonne of John Lilly. 

Elizabeth daughter of Elizabeth Marten. 

Edmond sonne of John Wellom. 

Ann daughter of William Wellom. 

Elizabeth daughter of John Hande. 

John the sonne of Barnabie Smith. 

Anne daughter of Cuthbert Smith. 

George sonne of George Mayo. 

John the sonne of John Kent. 



1558. 


Feb. 5. 


1559- 


April 2. 




April 27. 




Aug. 20. 




Oct. 17. 




Jan. 18. 




March 17. 




March 24. 


1560. 


March 30. 




April g. 




April 9. 




Maie i. 




Male 12. 




Aug. 15. 




Aug. 4. 




Oct. 10. 




Nov. 22. 




Dec. 8. 




Jan. 26. 



» I cannot interpret these two words. The second may be " die," 



2 Quaere "rerum. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



1561. 



1562. 



1563- 



1564. 



Male 


6. 


and 




Male 


15- 


Dec. 


21. 


Jan. 


25- 


Jan. 


26. 


Feb. 


7. 


March 


24. 


March 


25- 


March 


30- 


April 


12. 


Maie 


17- 


Maie 


24. 


June 


28. 


Oct. 


2. 


Nov. 


10. 


Jan. 


17- 


Jan. 


21. 


March 


7- 


March 


10. 


April 


21. 


Maie 


12. 


June 


17- 


Julie 


II. 


Aug. 


I. 


Oct. 


4- 


Oct. 


28. 


Feb. 


6. 


April 


4- 


April 


22. 


Maie 


7- 


Maie 


14. 


Maie 


28. 


June 


4- 



Margaret daughter of Henrie Mayo, 

Margaret daughter of Robert Wellom. 

Thomas the sonne of Edward Bardwel. 

Elizabeth daughter of Thomas Barker. 

Stephen the sonne of Stephen Bully. 

Isabel daughter of Thomas Norman. 

Rose daughter of William Lilly. 

Marie daughter of John Overen. 

Simon the sonne of John Hande. 

Margaret daughter of John Lilly. 

Joane daughter of John Wellom borne, and buried the 13th of 

the same moneth. 
Edward sonne of Edward Bardwel. 
Sara daughter of Marten Rooding. 
Rainolde sonne of Thomas Brett. 
Elizabeth daughter of John Godfrie. 
Elizabeth daughter of Thomas Draklon. 
Ann daughter of John Gylman. 
Robert sonne of Cuthbert Smith. 
William sonne of Henrie Mayo. 
William sonne of Eustace Hayward. 
Frauncis sonne of Edward Bardwel. 
Joane daughter of John Wellom. 
James sonne of Austin Neweport. 
Robert sonne of Robert Newegate. 
Alice daughter of John Buckenam. 
Thomas the sonne of William Cooke. 
Henrie the sonne of Thomas Barker. 
Judith the daughter of Thomas Birde. 
Robert the sonne of Thomas Brett. 

Elizabeth daughter of Thomas Largeaunt. [Sargeaunt ?] 
John the sonne of Edward Bardwel. 
Margaret the daughter of Robert Spalding. 
Amie daughter of Henrie Parkin. 
Richard the sonne of John Hande. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



1565- 



1566. 



^5^7- 



Nov. 


ig. 


Dec. 


24. 


Jan. 


21. 


Jan. 


28. 


Feb. 


2. 


Feb. 


2. 


Feb. 


25- 


March 


I 18. 


March 


12 5. 


March 


I 25. 


April 


24. 


Male 


6. 


Maie 


13- 


Aug. 


12. 


Nov. 


25- 


Nov. 


25- 


Dec. 


16. 


Jan. 


IS- 


Jan. 


IS- 


Feb. 


17- 


Sept. 


15- 


Sept. 


28. 


Oct. 


15. 


Dec. 


22. 


Dec. 


27. 


Jan. 


I. 


Feb. 


2. 


Feb. 


16. 


Feb. 


23- 


June 


8. 


June 


8. 


Aug. 


5- 


Aug. 


30. 


Sept. 


6. 


Sept. 


14- 



William sonne of John Lilly. 
Bridget daughter of Thomas Norman. 

Elizabeth daughter of John Coppin. 

Nicholas sonne of William Austin. 

Thomas sonne of Eustace Hawarde. 

John the sonne of Anthonie Butler. 

John the sonne of Austin Neweport. 

Rose daughter of George Mayo. 

John the sonne of William Lilly. 

John sonne of Henrie Mayo. 

Hester daughter of Edward Bardwel. 

Margaret daughter of John Godfrie. 

John the sonne of John Spinke. 

Elizabeth daughter of Robert Wellom. 

Ann daughter of William Hall. 

Elizabeth daughter of Thomas Drakelon. 

Elizabeth daughter of Benet Elmar. 

John the sonne of Thomas Brett. 

William sonne of Thomas Birde. 

Thomas sonne of Roger Parker. 

Anthonie sonne of Anthonie Butler. 

Marie daughter of William Fynn. 

Edward sonne of John Hande. 

Thomas the sonne of John Turner. 

Richard sonne of Austin Neweport. 

Elizabeth daughter of Thomas Brett. 

Henrie sonne of Eustace Haward. 

Christopher sonne of Thomas Norman. 

Henrie sonne of John Godfrie. 

Agnes daughter of John Lilly. 
John the sonne of William Austin. 
John the sonne of Thomas Draklon. 
John the sonne of Thomas Birde. 
John the sonne of Leonard Staps. 
Barbara daughter of John Edmondes, 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



1568. 



1569. 



1570- 



1571- 



1572. 



Jan. 


18. 


April 


ig. 


Julie 


25- 


Julie 


25- 


Oct. 


3- 


Oct. 


12. 


Oct. 


30. 


March 


I 12. 


April 


17- 


Aug. 


21. 


Sept. 


20. 


Oct. 


30- 


Nov. 


6. 


Nov. 


18. 


Dec. 


25- 


March 


2. 


April 


16. 


June 


18. 


Julie 


25- 


Julie 


30- 


Oct. 


29. 


Feb. 


2. 


March 


4- 


March 


4- 


April 


I. 


April 


I. 


June 


I. 


Nov. 


II. 


Jan. 


20. 


Feb. 


18. 


March 


9- 


March 


29. 


Maie 


4- 


Julie 


6. 


Julie 


20. 



Margerie daughter of Bennet Elmar. 
Robert & Joane the children of William Lilly. 
Elizabeth daughter of Edward Barret. 
Jane daughter of Williana Haul. 
Agnes daughter of William Fynn. 
John the sonne of John Bucchenham. 
Robert sonne of John Gylman. 
Margaret daughter of Thomas Brett. 
Susan daughter of John Godfreie. 
Alice daughter of Richard Cooper. 
Agnes daughter of John Lilly. 
Edward sonne of William Austen. 
Edward sonne of Robert Spalding. 
Margerie daughter of John Turner. 
John the sonne of John Mayo. 
Edmond the sonne of William Haul. 
William the sonne of Thomas Birde. 
Dorothie the daughter of Richard Godfrie. 
Katharine daughter of William Man. 
Elizabeth daughter of John Edmondes. 
John the sonne of John Edhouse. 
Katharine the daughter of Edward Sillet. 
John the sonne of Richard Cooper. 
Margaret the daughter of John Mayo. 
Ann daughter of Robert Brett. 
John the sonne of John Cooke. 
Jermyn Duke gent, baptized. 
Edmonde sonne of Eustace Haward. 
Elizabeth daughter of William Austin. 
Katharine daughter of William Fynn. 
Jane the daughter of John Gylman. 
Audrie the daughter of John Edmondes. 
Susan the daughter of John Lilly. 
Thomas the sonne of John Cooke. 
Elizabeth daughter of John Mayo. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



John the sonne of Jefferie Berrie. 
Richard the sonne of Richard Godfrie. 
John the sonne of Ralfe South. 
Susan the daughter of Thomas Norman. 

1573. Oct. II. Frauncis the sonne of John Maio. 
Ahce daughter of Thomas Brett. 
John the sonne of John Eddouse. 
John the sonne of Edward Sillet. 

1574. June 6. Elizabeth daughter of WiUiam Durrant. 
John the sonne of John Cooke. 
Ahce the daughter of John Edmondes. 
Richard the sonne of John Cooke. 
Dorotheie the daughter of Henrie Blagge Esquire. 

1575. Maie 15. Thomas the sonne of Jefferie Berrie. 
Frauncis the daughter of John Mayo. 
Margaret the daughter of Wilham Page. 
Dorothie the daughter of Thomas Brett. 
Jane daughter of Wilham Fynn. 
Jefferie sonne of John Cooke. 
Richard the sonne of Thomas Norman. 

1576. April 17. Thomas sonne of William Godfrie. 
Joane daughter of Richard Sillet. 
Marie daughter of John Edmondes. 
Elizabeth daughter of Edward Cocke. 
John the sonne of John Mayo. 
Thomas the sonne of Richard Godfrie. 
Edward sonne of Edward Sillet. 

1577. April 14. Richard sonne of John Godfrie. 
Bridget daughter of William Fynn. 
Alice daughter of William Barom. 
Alice daughter of John Goose. 
Robert sonne of John Page. 
Marie daughter of John Eddouse. 
Margaret daughter of Jeffrie Berrie. 
Thomas sonne of John Bud. 



Aug. 


3- 


Oct. 


20. 


Nov. 


30- 


Dec. 


14. 


Oct. 


II. 


Nov. 


I. 


Nov. 


13- 


Jan. 


6. 


June 


6. 


Julie 


4- 


Julie 


30. 


Aug. 


22. 


Sept. 


19. 


Maie 


15- 


Aug. 


6. 


Sept. 


25- 


Oct. 


28. 


Feb. 


14. 


Marcl 


1 2. 


Marcl 


118. 


April 


17. 


Aug. 


8. 


Sept. 


7- 


Sept. 


16. 


Dec. 


13- 


Dec. 


24. 


Dec. 


30- 


April 


14. 


April 


14. 


June 


23- 


Julie 


7- 


Aug. 


25. 


Oct. 


23« 


Nov. 


10. 


Nov, 


27. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



1578. 



1579. 



1580. 



1581. 



Jan. 


20. 


Feb. 


10. 


March 


24. 


Sept. 


28. 


Oct. 


5- 


Nov. 


6. 


Dec. 


26. 


Feb. 


25- 


March 


15- 


Maie 


SI- 


Male 


SI- 


June 


22. 


June 


24. 


Julie 


26. 


Aug. 


29. 


Aug. 


30- 


Oct. 


4- 


Oct. 


17- 


Feb. 


10. 


Feb. 


15- 


Feb. 


28. 


March 


1 12. 


April 


17- 


Sept. 


4- 


Sept. 


4- 


Oct. 


9- 


Oct. 


23- 


Oct. 


23. 


Nov. 


6. 


March 


20. 


March 


27. 


Julie 


15- 


Julie 


30- 



John the sonne of William Rogers. 
Penelope daughter of Thomas Beningfild. 
Edward sonne of John Cooke. 
John the sonne of John Godfrie. 
Elizabeth daughter of John Bud. 
Ann daughter of John Gips. 
Richard sonne of Richard Sillet. 
Lyon sonne of Richard Goodrick gent. 
William the sonne of William Page. 
Edmond the sonne of Frauncis Cale. 
William the sonne of Richard Godfrie. 
Marie daughter of Rice, or Witherbie, or.* 
John the sonne of John Wellam. 
Joane the daughter of John Mayo. 
Josua the sonne of James Bower. 
Elizabeth daughter of Edmunde Gosnolde. 
Jeremie the sonne of William Durrant. 
Alice daughter of John Godfrie. 
Bridget the daughter of Edward Sillet. 
Elizabeth daughter of John Goose. 
Thomas the sonne of Henrie Blagge esquire. 
Susan the daughter of William Rogers. 
Thomas the sonne of William Barom. 
Margaret the daughter of John Edmondes. 
Thomas of Settys, base. 
Agnes the daughter of Jerome Goose. 
Prudence the daughter of John Mayo. 
Richard sonne of John Cutmare. 
Agnes the daughter of Thomas Kendal. 
Frauncis daughter of John Eddouse. 
Thomas the sonne of Richard Sillet. 
William sonne of John Cooke. 
Margaret the daughter of Richard Godfrie. 



* The eutry is certaialy as I have copied it. 
omitted. 



I imagiae that another alias was accidentally 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



Oct. 1 8. 

Oct. 22. 

Nov. I. 
Nov. 26. 
Nov. 26. 
Feb. II. 
Feb. 25. 
Feb. 25. 
March 15. 
March 24. 

1582. April I. 
June 17. 
Nov. II. 
Jan. 20. 

1583. Julie 28. 
Sept. 10. 
Sept. 15. 
Oct. 13. 
Nov. 24. 
Dec. I. 
March 8. 

& 

& 

March 22. 

1584. April 26. 
Aug. 17. 
Oct. 20. 
Nov. 17. 
Nov. 26. 
Dec. 26. 

1585. June 13. 
Julie II. 
Oct. 3. 
Dec. 5. 
Pec, 13, 



Thomas the sonne of Thomas Barker. 
Frauncis the sonne of Edward Sillet. 
Marie the daughter of James Sillet. 
Thomas the sonne of Thomas Wellani. 
Thomas the sonne of Nicholas Friet. 
John the sonne of Henrie Bucchenham. 
Edward sonne of John Godfrie. 
Adrian the daughter of Philip Newegate. 
Edward the sonne of William Page. 
Margaret the daughter of John Yonge. 
Rose the daughter of John Gipse. 
Frauncis the sonne of William Godfrie. 
Agnes the daughter of John Goose. 
Marie the daughter of Jerome Goose. 
Marie the daughter of John Thurston. 
Susan the daughter of John Eddouse. 
Marie the daughter of William Barom. 
William the sonne of James Sillet. 
John the sonne of Philip Newegate. 
Bridget the daughter of Richard Sillet. 
Margaret the daughter of John Godfrie, 
Susan the daughter of John Edmondes, 
Agnes daughter of John Cutmare. 
Isabel daughter of Henrie Bucchenham. 
John the sonne of Thomas Scot. 
William the sonne of William Sawier. 
Elizabeth the daughter of William Fuller. 
Josias the sonne of Edward Sillet. 
Thomas the sonne of Thomas Deiton esquire. 
Robert sonne of Robert Earner. 
Agnes daughter of Henrie Bennet. 
Epinetus the sonne of Wilham Page. 
Ann the daughter of Thomas Scot. 
Joseph the sonne of Philip Newegate. 
Alice the daughter of John Thurston< 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



1586. 



1587. 



1588. 



1589. 



Jan. 27. 
March ig. 

& 

& 
June 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
April 
Julie 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
April 

& 
Maie 
Maie 
Oct. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Feb. 
June 
Julie 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Pec. 



12. 
18. 
14. 
II. 
26. 
6. 
12. 
16. 

30. 
16. 

8. 
8. 

23- 
21. 

28. 

18. 

8. 

12. 
19. 

6. 

2. 

8. 
15- 
17- 
22. 

6. 

13- 

5- 

12. 

21, 



Margaret the daughter of William Barom. 

Henrie the sonne of Henrie Mahwe, 

Edward the sonne of James Sillet, 

Dorothie the daughter of John Godfrie. 

Henrie sonne of Henrie Bucchenham. 

Henrie sonne of Hester Bardwell, singlewoman. 

Robert sonne of John Cutmare. 

Ursula the daughter of John Godfrie. 

Alice the daughter of John Godfrie the miller. 

William the sonne of Thomas Scot. 

Clement the sonne of Richard Sillet. 

Thomas the sonne of John Edmondes. 

John the sonne of William Fuller. 

Thomas the sonne of William Sawier. 

John the sonne of Robert Earner. 

Margaret the daughter of James Sillet. 

Marie daughter of William Barton. 

Margaret the daughter of John Eddouse. 

Richard the sonne of Peter Diggel. 

Margaret the daughter of Henrie Mahue. 

Marie the daughter of William Page, 

Marie the daughter of Philip Newegate. 

Marie the daughter of John Godfrie the miller. 

John the sonne of James Maio. 

Ann the daughter of John Foorde. 

Edward sonne of WilUam Barom. 

Mary daughter of Thomas Scot. 

Elizabeth daughter of Nicholas Friet. 

Christopher the sonne of Thomas Norman. 

John the sonne of John Godfrie the miller. 

John the sonne of Clement Lucas gent. 

James the sonne of James Sillet. 

Henrie the sonne of Nicholas Bucchenham. 

Robert the sonne of Thomas Rogers. 

Merri-woe daughter of John Godfrie th' elder, 



MORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



1590. 



1591- 



1592. 



1593- 



1594- 



Dec. 


21. 


Feb. 


15- 


Feb. 


22. 


March 


I. 


April 


26. 


June 


28. 


Julie 


12. 


Oct. 


II. 


Jan. 


17- 


Jan. 


24. 


Feb. 


7- 


March 


14. 


March 


21. 


April 


25- 


Maie 


2. 


Male 


16. 


Sept. 


19. 


Nov. 


21. 


Jan. 


15- 


Jan. 


22. 


April 


9- 


Oct. 


8. 


Nov. 


5- 


Dec. 


17- 


Jan. 


21. 


Feb. 


5- 


March 


10. 


April 


8. 


April 


29. 


Sept. 


16. 


Nov. 


II. 


Dec. 


30. 


Feb. 


25- 


Aug. 


II. 


Jan, 


5' 



Bridget the daughter of Henrie Mahue. 

Agnes the daughter of Robert Earner. 

Elizabeth daughter of Richard Smith. 

John the sonne of William Sawier. 

Edward sonne of Peter Diggle. 

Marie the daughter of John Godfrie of litle Hor : 

Agnes the daughter of Richard Dearson. 

Elizabeth daughter of John Eddouse, 

William the sonne of Holofernes Tolar. 

John the sonne of Thomas Norman the yonger. 

Bridget the daughter of William Page. 

John the sonne of William Fishen. 

Amie daughter of John Foorde. 

Margaret the daughter of John Calowe 

Joan the daughter of William Fynn. 

Clement sonne of Clement Lucas gent. 

Lettes the daughter of Thomas Scot. 

Agnes the daughter of Barnabie Lilly. 

Ann the daughter of Gregorie Birchinal. 

Marie daughter of John Godfrie the miliar. 

John the sonne of Henrie Mahue. 

Robert the sonne of Robert Newegate. 

John the sonne of James Sillet. 

Marie the daughter of Richard Dearson. 

Eedie the daughter of William Barom. 

John the sonne of Barnabie Lilly. 

Rose the daughter of Peter Diggle. 

Gilbert sonne of Holofernes Tolar. 

Roger the sonne of William Sawier. 

Robert the sonne of Robert Adams. 

AHce daughter of John Foorde. 

John the sonne of William Page. 

Robert sonne of Henrie Mahue. 

John the sonne of Edmund Haward. 

Thomas the sonne of James Sillet. 



10 



HORRINGER REGIStEkS.— BAPTISMS. 





Feb. 9. 




March 23. 


1595- 


May 25. 




June I. 




June 8. 




Julie 6. 




Aug. 17. 




Sept. 28. 




Dec. 7. 




Feb. last. 


1596. 


March 28. 




Nov. 21. 




Feb. 13. 




March 13. 


1597- 


Male 8. 




JuHe 13. 




Oct. 16. 




Oct. 29. 




Nov. 13. 




Dec. 26. 




Feb. 5. 




Feb. 19. 




March 5. 


1598. 


Male 28. 


1599- 


April 2. 




April 22. 




Maie 6. 




Male 17. 




Aug. 19. 




Oct. 21. 




Dec. 9. 




Feb. 10. 




March g. 


1600. 


April 13. 




Aug, 3, 



William the sonne of Robert Lilly. 

Elizabeth daughter of Barnabie Lilly. 

Richard the sonne of Richard Dearson. 

Ann daughter of Austin Cooper. 

Frauncis daughter of William Cowel. 

Ann daughter of William Fishen. 

Edmond sonne of Thomas Garret. 

Richard sonne of John Godfrie the miller. 

Alice the daughter of Edmond Haward. 

John the sonne of John Foord. 

Rose the daughter of Henrie Mahue. 

William the sonne of John Lilly. 

Thomas the sonne of Robert Lilly. 

Alice the daughter of Thomas Pilgrime. 

Bridget the daughter of Barnabie Lilly. 

Wilham the sonne of William Barom the yonger. 

Elizabeth daughter of William Cowel. 

William the sonne of Edmund Haward. 

Philips the sonne of James Sillet. 

Robert sonne of William Barom th' elder. 

John the sonne of John Lilly. 

WiUiam the sonne of William Fishen. 

William the sonne of Henrie Mahue. 

Robert the sonne of John Foord. 

Susan daughter of Edmund Haward. 

Joane the daughter of Barnabie Lilly. 

Thomas the sonne of John Lilly. 

Agnes the daughter of Katharine Fynn, singlewoman. 

Marie the daughter of William Barom the yonger. 

Barbara the daughter of Henrie Haward. 

William the sonne of William Cowel. 

Elizabeth the daughter of Robert Lilly. 

Marie the daughter of Henrie Mahewe. 

Barbara the daughter of William Fishen, 

Thomas the sonne of Rpbert Breate, 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



II 



1601. 



1602. 



1603. 



1604. 



Aug. 


17- 


Sept. 


28. 


Oct. 


5- 


Oct. 


27. 


Jan. 


II. 


Feb. 


15- 


March 


15. 


April 


14. 


Maie 


17- 


June 


21. 


Aug. 


23- 


Dec. 


17- 


Jan. 


10. 


April 


25- 


June 


3- 


June 


10. 


June 


26. 


Dec. 


5- 


Feb. 


20. 


March 


ig. 


& 




Maie 


22. 


Julie 


24. 


Julie 


31- 


Oct. 


30. 


Nov. 


23- 


Dec. 


26. 


Feb. 


14. 


Feb. 


16. 


Feb. 


26. 


March 


5- 


April 


25- 


May 


I. 


May 


13- 


May 


20. 



William the sonne of Richard Deareson. 

Frauncis the daughter of John Godfrie. 

Richard the sonne of James Sillet. 

Edward the sonne of John Lillie. 

John the sonne of John Engoll. 

Marie the daughter of John Foorde. 

Richard the sonne of Barnabie Lillie. 

WilHam the sonne of Robert Newegate. 

John the sonne of Edmond Haward. 

Robert the sonne of Thomas Moore. 

Susan the daughter of William Emmyns. 

James the sonne of James Baldwin. 

Ann the daughter of Thomas Bull. 

Ehzabeth the daughter of Henrie Mahewe. 

John the sonne of Robert Breate. 

Richard the sonne of George Steagle. 

Margerie the daughter of Thomas Stanton of Hardwyke. 

Alise the daughter of Henrie Haward. 

John the sonne of Henrie Froste. 

Susan the daughter of John Foorde, 

Bridget the daughter of John Lillie. 

John the son of Robert Lillie. 

Marie the daughter of William Haward. 

Sebastian the sonne of James Sillet. 

Henry the sonne of William Fishen. 

Elizabeth the daughter of William Emmyns. 

Edmund the sonne of Edmund Haward. 

Harveie the sonne of William Rookes. 

Rose the daughter of John Engoll. 

Frederick the sonne of John Godfreie. 

Bridget the daughter of John Adams. 

Marke the sonne of John Dysing. 

Susan the daughter of John Lilhe. 

Edward the sonne of Robert Newegate. 

Bridget the daughter of Thomas Bull, 



12 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



1605. 



1606. 



1607. 



Luke the sonne of Henrie Mahewe. 

Debora the daughter of Robert Emyns. 

Ann the daughter of Stephen Godfrie. 

Thomas the sonne of WiUiam Cowel. 

Sara the daughter of WilHam Bull. 

George the sonne of George Jaques. 

Elizabeth the daughter of Edmund H award. 

Richard the sonne of John Lilly. 

William the sonne of Wilham Page. 

Thomas the sonne of WilHam Baron. 

Bacchavil the sonne of John Cheston. 

William the sonne of Henrie Haward. 
John the sonne of Theodore Walker. 

Robert the sonne of John Dysing. 
Bridget the daughter of Edward Sillet. 

Mary the daughter of John Lilly. 

Alse the daughter of Ambrose Gouldsmith. 

Bridget the daughter of Robert Everet. 

Martha the daughter of Edward Godfreie. 

Robert the sonne of Thomas Bull. 

Bridget the daughter of Robert Lilly. 

Elizabeth the daughter of Steeven Godfreie. 

Margaret the daughter of John Cheston. 

Henry the sonne of Thomas Stanton. 

Bridget the daughter of Fraunces Manning a singlewoman. 

Ann the daughter of William Page. 

Thomas the sonne of George Jaques. 

Edward the sonne of Edward Sillet. 

Ann the daughter of Isaac Trumble. 

Martha the daughter of Robert Brett. 

Ann the daughter of John Lillie. 

Martha the daughter of William Varvie. 

Jane the daughter of John Engol. 

Ann the daughter of George Stegol. 

Lucie the daughter of William Lucas gent. 



1608. 



i6og. 



June 


24. 


Nov. 


15- 


Dec. 


23- 


May 


19. 


Julie 


7- 


Nov. 


17- 


Nov. 


24. 


March 


I 17. 


Sept. 


14. 


Oct. 


5- 


Oct. 


19. 


Oct. 


26. 


Nov. 


16. 


Nov. 


16. 


Feb. 


I. 


April 


ig. 


May 


26. 


May 


31- 


Aug. 


9- 


Nov. 


8. 


Feb. 


last. 


March 28. 


April 


3- 


April 


23- 


Male 


15- 


Maie 


25- 


Male 


29. 


Oct. 


16. 


Nov. 


30. 


Dec. 


II. 


Feb. 


5- 


Feb. 


12. 


Feb. 


27. 


March 


125. 


April 


19. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



13 



1610. 



i6ii. 



1612. 



April 

Male 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

April 

May 

June 

Dec. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

April 

April 

Male 

June 

Julie 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

March 

March 20 

April 13 

Maie 

June 

Julie 

Aug. 

Aug. 

March 7. 

March 25. 



23- 

21. 

3- 

17- 
I. 
19. 
26. 
14. 
i8. 
II. 
25- 
9- 
20. 

3- 

9- 

7- 
17- 
H- 
28. 

8. 
25- 

4- 

4- 

6. 

5. 
I. 



20. 

14. 
5- 
9- 

30- 



Rose the daughter of Robert Everard. 

John the sonne of Roger Howton. 
William the sonne of William Lynge. 
George the sonne of John Bucchenam. 
Margaret the daughter of Edward Godfrey, 

Harry the sonne of Ambrose Goldsmith. 

Jone the daughter of John Silvester. 

Susan the daughter of William Fishon. 

Harrie the sonne of Ambrose Blagge esq. 

Henry the sonne of Henry Howe. 

Alse the daughter of Alse Frost singlewoman. 

Eede the daughter of Theodore Walker. 

Rose the daughter of John Langley. 

John the sonne of William Simondes. 

William the sonne of William Bailie. 

Elizabeth the daughter of William Baron. 

Elizabeth the daughter of William Vardie. 

Dorothie the daughter of John Bucchenham. 

Mary & Susan the daughters of Edmund Haward. 

Christian the daughter of William Lucas gent. 

George the sonne of Ambrose Blagge esq. 

Francis the sonne of Edward Sillet. 

Margaret the daughter of Robert Lillie. 

Eedie the daughter of Theodore Walker. 

Dorothie the daughter of Edward Godfrie. 

Audrie the daughter of John Lillie. 

Joseph the sonne of Henrie Howe. 

Margaret the daughter of William Page the yonger. 

Sara the daughter of Edmund Barbar. 

William the sonne of William Bayly. 

John the sonne of Ambrose Goldsmith. 

John the sonne of William Lyng. 

Mary the daughter of John Engol. 

Frauncis the sonne of William Varvie. 

Joane the daughter of John Bucchenham, 



H 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



1613. 



1614. 



1615. 



1616. 



1617. 



May 


23- 


Julie 


13- 


Sept. 


12. 


Sept. 


19. 


Feb. 


13- 


March 


10. 


April 


17- 


April 


25- 


Maie 


I. 


Julie 


31- 


Sept. 


25- 


Oct. 


16. 


Oct. 


23. 


Nov. 


20. 


Nov. 


22. 


Dec. 


II. 


Feb. 


12. 


Feb. 


26. 


Julie 


II. 


Sept. 


7- 


Sept. 


17- 


Oct. 


I. 


Nov. 


19. 


Dec. 


3- 


Dec. 


17- 


March 


5- 


April 


17- 


July 


18. 


Nov. 


17- 


Nov. 


19. 


Jan. 


23- 


March 


9- 


Aug. 


28. 


Sept. 


14. 


Sept. 


28. 



Christian the daughter of John Lilly. 

Thomas the sonne of Ambrose Blagge esq. 

Margaret the daughter of Edward Sillet. 

Robert the sonne of William Page the yonger. 

Theodore the sonne of Edmund Haward. 

Thomas the sonne of William Lucas esq. 

Margaret the daughter of Thomas Cropley. 

Martha the daughter of William Fishon. 

Judith the daughter of Edward Godfreie. 

James the sonne of Stephen Godfreie. 

Robert the sonne of Henrie Wellom. 

Elizabeth the daughter of WilHam Bayly. 

Thomas the sonne of John Dysing. 

Thomas the sonne of Thomas Talbot. 

Katarine the daughter of Ambrose Blagge esq. 

Thomas the sonne of Thomas Bull. 

John the sonne of John Bucchenham. 

Robert the sonne of Ambrose Goldsmith. 

Harrie the sonne of Edmund Haward. 

Elizabeth the daughter of Robert Houghton. 

Elizabeth the daughter of John Engol. 

Marie the daughter of Edward Sillet. 

Hannah alias Anna the daughter of William Skott. 

Richard the sonne of John Drue. 

Marie the daughter of William Page. 

Gipson sonne of William Lucas Esquire. 

EHzabeth out of the house of William Verve. 

William Croply. 

Sara the daughter of Edward Godfry. 

Susan the daughter of Thomas King. 

John the sonne of William Verve. 

Alice the daughter of W^illiam Bayly. 

Elizabeth the daughter of Gregory Borham. 

Thomas the sonne of Henry Welham. 

William the sonne of Robert Manning. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



15 



1618. 



1619. 



1620. 



i6ai, 



Oct. 


12. 


Nov. 


2. 


Jan. 


4- 


Jan. 


II. 


March 


I. 


March 


15- 


March 


31- 


May 


I. 


May- 


10. 


May 


28. 


Dec. 


28. 


Feb. 


7- 


Feb. 


14. 


Feb. 


14. 


March 


21. 


May 


2. 


May 


27. 


June 


9- 


June 


16. 


July 


28. 


Oct. 


10. 


Dec. 


5- 


April 


4- 


April 


17- 


May 


7- 


May 


14. 


June 


9- 


Oct. 


15- 


& 




Nov. 


5- 


Nov. 


22. 


Dec. 


21. 


Jan. 


14. 


Jan. 


al- 


May 


io. 



William the sonne of Ambrose Goldsmith. 

Simon the sonne of Edmund Hayward. 

Thomas the sonne of Edward Payne. 

Elizabeth the daughter of Thomas Wiffin. 

Thomas the sonne of Richard Dearson. 

Thomas the sonne of John Ingold. 

Thomas the sonne of Edward Syllet. 

Robert the sonne of Robert Howton. 

Bridget the daughter of Stephen Godfry. 

Thomas the sonne of William Page. 

Robert the sonne of Robert Steward. 

John the sonne of John Cheston. 

Robert the sonne of Thomas Talbot. 

Elizabeth the daughter of Richard Church. 

Ambrose the sonne of William Bedell. 

Rebekah the daughter of Edward Godfry. 

Susan the daughter of William Vervie. 

Sarah the daughter of Robert Spark. 

Anne the daughter of Ambrose Blagg Esq. 

William the sonne of William Lucas Esq. 

Amy the daughter of John Buckenham. 

William the sonne of William Wififin. 

Mary the daughter of Nicholas Barber gent. 

Jacob the sonne of Henry Howe. 
Anne the daughter of William Bayly. 
John the sonne of William Cole. 
John the sonne of Richard Dearson. 
Thomas the sonne of Ambrose Goldsmith, 
Thomas the sonne of Alice Frost. 
John the sonne of Edward Payne. 
Judith the daughter of Ambrose Blagg Esq. 
Richard the sonne of William Page. 
Elizabeth the daughter of Edward Sillet. 
Mary the daughter of Robert Spinck. 
Lydia the daughter of William Lucas Esq. 



i6 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



May 


13- 


May 


20. 


June 


3- 


July 


G. 


July 


17- 


July 


29. 


Aug. 


9- 


Oct. 


14. 


Oct. 


21. 


Nov. 


4- 


Dec. 


2. 


Feb. 


17. 


Feb. 


26. 


March 


5. 


March 


17. 


March 


23- 


1622. March 


31. 


Sept. 


4- 


Sept. 


8. 


Sept. 


22. 


Oct. 


20. 


Oct. 


26. 


Jan. 


I. 


Jan. 


26. 


Feb. 


16. 


& 




1623. April 


3- 


April 


14. 


Oct. 


I. 


Nov. 


2. 


Jan. 


II. 


Feb. 


15. 


1624. April 


II. 


April 


18. 


April 


25. 



Alice the daughter of Thomas Bull. 

William the sonne of William Toller. 

Susan the daughter of Robert Howton. 

Grace the daughter of John Fiston. 

Henrie the sonne of Edward Godfry, at home. 

Susan the daughter of Robert Steward. 

Martha the daughter of William Sadleton. 

Etheldred or Audry the daughter of Edmund Hayward. 

Henry the sonne of Thomas Talbot. 

Nicholas the sonne of John Buckenham. 

John the sonne of John Gedge. 

Anne the daughter of Gilbert Toller. 

Nicholas the sonne of Nicholas Barber gent. 

Mary the daughter of Robert Sparke. 

William the sonne of John Ingold. 

Martha and Mary the daughters of Vincent Handler. 

Susan the daughter of Henry Howe. 

Elizabeth the daughter of James Wiard. 

Frances thejdaughter of William Baylie. 

Sara the daughter of Edward Mason. 

John the sonne of John Earner. 

Martha the daughter of Ambrose Blagge Esquire. 

Jane the daughter of Robert Spinck. 

John the sonne of John Guy. 

Holophernes the sonne of William Toller, 

Joane the daughter of Edward Payne. 

Bridget the daughter of Richard Sillet the younger. 

Mary the daughter of Vincent Handler. 

Thomas the sonne of Thomas Hempsted. 

Anne the daughter of Ambrose Goldsmith. 

Edward the sonne of Edward Godfry. 

John the sonne of Edward Sillet. 

Robert the sonne of Robert Hood. 

Elizabeth the daughter of John Bokenham. 

John the sonne of John Church. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



17 



1625. 



1626. 



April 


27. 


May 


2, 


July 


4- 


Aug. 


13- 


Sept. 


12. 


& 




Oct. 


6. 


Oct. 


17- 


Oct. 


SI- 


Nov. 


S' 


Nov. 


7- 


Dec. 


16. 


Dec. 


28. 


Jan. 


2. 


Feb. 


6. 


Feb. 


27. 


March 


15- 


March 


20. 


March 


25- 


May 


I. 


May 


15- 


June 


ig. 


Sept. 


20. 


Sept. 


30- 


Oct. 


5- 


March 


19. 


April 


12. 


April 


25- 


May 


9- 


May 


29. 


June 


12. 


Sept. 


6. 


Sept. 


10. 


Sept. 


17- 


Jan. 


6. 



Anne the daughter of Nicholas Barber gent. 
Anne the daughter of Edmund Hayward. 
William the sonne of John Fiston. 
Humfry the sonne of Ambrose Blagge Esquire. 
Mary the daughter of Robert Steward, 
Joane the daughter of Gilbert Toller. 
Henry the sonne of Richard Deareson. 
William the sonne of Robert Howton. 
William the sonne of Thomas Talbot. 
Sarah the daughter of Samuel Allen. 
Thomas the sonne of Francis Redgwell. 
Jasper the sonne of William Lucas Esquire. 
Vincent the sonne of Vincent Handler. 
Robert the sonne of John Ingold. 
Anne the daughter of George Wifiin. 
Robert the sonne of Robert Sparke. 
James the sonne of James Wiard. 
Robert the sonne of WUliam Towler. 
William the sonne of John Gedge. 
Dorothe the daughter of Richard Sillet. 
John the sonne of John Spark. 
Margaret the daughter of Robert Booty. 
William the sonne of John More. 
William the sonne of Thomas Cornish. 
Mary the daughter of William Ruggle. 
Anable the daughter of Robert Adams. 
Thomas the sonne of Robert Spinck. 
Katherine the daughter of Robert Cooke. 
Marie the daughter of William Lucas Esq. 
James the sonne of John Hayward. 
Ambrose the sonne of Ambrose Blagge Esq. 
Christian the daughter of Robert Sparke. 
Lidia the daughter of Samuel Allen, 
Marie the daughter of Edward Godfry. 
Edward the sonne of Edward Payne, 



i8 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



1627. 



1628. 



1629. 



1630. 



May 


15- 


July 


25- 


Aug. 


26. 


Sept. 


9- 


Sept. 


27. 


Dec. 


23- 


Jan. 


24. 


March 


13- 


May 


8. 


May 


25- 


June 


3- 


June 


15- 


Sept. 


2. 


Oct. 


26. 


& 




& 




Nov. 


30- 


Dec. 


10. 


Feb. 


I. 


April 


16. 


May 


10. 


June 


7- 


Sept. 


13- 


Nov. 


I. 


Dec. 


6. 


Jan. 


I. 


Feb. 


7- 


April 


7- 


May 


2. 


May 


II. 


July 


12. 


Aug. 


17- 


Aug. 


22. 


Sept. 


5. 


Nov. 


II. 



Marie the daughter of John Fiston. 
William Covill. 

John Cooper and John Redgin. 
William Ruggles. 
Elizabeth Dearson. 
Leah Ingold. 

Henry the sonne of James Wiard. 
Thomas the sonne of Thomas Bret. 
William the sonne of Robert Spinck. 
William the sonne of Edward Payne. 
Richard the sonne of Richard Sillet. 
John the sonne of John Hayward. 
Elizabeth daughter of Robert Steward. 
John sonne of John Titmouse, 
Elizabeth daughter of John Titmouse, 
Anne daughter of Robert Cooke, 
Henry sonne of Ambrose Blagge. 
Alice daughter of WiUiam Covill. 
Mary daughter of Thomas Tabott. 
Alese daughter of Robert Sparke. 
John the sonne of John Fiston. 
Grace the daughter of Robert Adames. 
Josias the son of John Write. 
John the son of William Ruggles. 
Alice daughter of Vincent Handler. 
Robert the son of Robert Spinke. 
Rodger the son of Ambrose Mayes. 
Edmund sonne of Ambrose Blague. 
Robert sonne of Edward Godfree. 
Elizabeth daughter of Richard Cooper. 
Edmund the sonne of John Hayward. 
William the sonne of James Wyard. 
Edward the sonne of Edward Payne. 
Marie the daughter of Richard Derson. 
Elizabeth daughter of William CovelL 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



19 





Nov. 


ig. 




Dec. 


22. 




March 


4- 


I63I. 


May 


4- 




May 


29. 




June 


5. 




June 


19. 




Aug. 


7- 




Sept. 


28. 




Dec. 


3- 




Dec. 


4- 




Feb. 


9- 




Feb. 


26. 


1632. 


May 


26. 




Aug. 


4- 




Jan. 


I. 




Feb. 


10. 




Feb. 


24. 




March 


24. 


1633- 


April 


7- 




May. 


7- 




June 


II. 




Aug. 


18. 




Aug. 


25- 




Sept. 


29. 




Oct. 


2. 




Oct. 


13- 




Feb. 


2. 


1634. 


April 


3- 




April 


10. 




April 


20. 




April 


24. 




May 


4- 




Julie 


23- 




Oct. 


19. 



William sonne of Henery Chapman. 
George the sonne of George Kiddington. 
An the daughter of Fredericke Godferye. 
Thomas the sonne of Robert Cotton. 
Francis the daughter of Robert Cooke. 
Mary the daughter of Robert Spinke. 
Susan Rouleson. 

Samuel the sonne of William Ruggle. 
Katharine the daughter of Robert Sparke. 
Thomas the sonn of Thomas Parker. 
Edward the sonne of Ednmnd Hayward. 
Marie the daughter of Henry Sillet. 
John the sonne of John Wright. 
Bridget the daughter of Bridget Bull. 
Stephen the sonn of Stephen Wiffen. 
Ann the daughter of Richard Cooper. 
Ann the daughter of Henry Sillet. 
Marie the daughter of Gilbert Towler. 
Josias the son of William Stanfeild. 
Ann daughter of John Fisson. 
Hester the daughter of James Wyard. 
William the sonn of John Hayward. 
Martha the daughter of Paul Adames. 
Lydia the daughter of Richard Dearson. 
Margaret the daughter of Robert Spinke. 
Robert the sonne of George Kerington. 
John the sonn of Robert Adames. 
Ralph the son of William Prior. 
William the son of Vincent Handler. 
Edward the son of John Sparke. 
Abigail the daughter of Robert Cooke. 
Robert the son of Robert Sparke. 
Marie the daughter of William Ruggles. 
Thomas the sonne of William Covill. 
John the sonne of William Bumsterd. 



20 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



John the sonne of John Eurn. 

Joane the daughter of Henery Sillet. 

James the sonne of James Drumm. 

Dorothy the daughter of Stephen Wiffen. 

Jane the daughter of Jane IngolL 

Edward the sonne of Edward Payne. 

Marie the daughter of Richard Cooper. 

Thomas the sonne of Thomas Chinnery. 

Thomas the sonne of James Wiarde. 

Wilham the sonne of Paul Addams. 

George the sonne of John Hayward. 

Margaret the daughter of Ambrose Blagge Esq. 

Abigail the daughter of George & Susan Adkin. 

Anne the daughter of Robert & Frances Spinke. 

Robert the sonne of Robert & Grace Addames. 

William the sonne of John & Frances Euen. 

Martha the daughter of Thomas & Anne Brewster. 

John the sonne of Thomas & Adry Chinery. 

Anne the daughter of William & Alice Covell. 

Henry the son of Thomas & Joane Parker. 

John the son of Robert & Barbaric Turner. 

Robert the son of Robert & Bridget Cooke. 

Elizabeth the daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Wellam. 

Martha the daughter of William & Elizabeth Rugle. 

Martha the daughter of Edmund & Martha Astey. 

Elizabeth the daughter of Thomas & Anne Brewster. 

Richard the sonne of Robert & Margaret Goodrick. 

William the sonne of Thomas & Margaret Godfrie. 

Lawrence the sonne of John & Barbaric Hayward. 

John the son of William & Alice Covell. 

Thomas the son of George & Susan Adkin. 

Mary the daughter of John & Frances Ewen. 

Frederick the son of Robert & Frances Spinke. 

Gyles the son of Edmund & Amye Hayward. 

Anne the daughter of Robert & Margaret Goodrick, 





Dec. 


14. 




Feb. 


I. 


1635. 


April 


5- 




April 


16. 




May 


17- 




May 


31- 




June 


2. 




June 


18. 




Aug. 


19. 




Oct. 


25- 




Nov. 


22. 




Dec. 


I. 


1636. 


April 


13- 




April 


29. 




June 


5- 




July 


6. 




Sept. 


18. 




Oct. 


18. 




Nov. 


9- 




Jan. 


22. 




Jan. 


26. 




March 


12. 




March 


19. 


1637- 


Oct. 


22. 




Nov. 


8. 




Nov. 


30. 




Jan. 


21. 




Feb. 


16. 




March 


18. 


1638. 


April 


14. 




May 


13- 




June 


17- 




July 


3- 




July 




1639. 


March 


8. 



MORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



21 





July 


7- 




Aug. 


14. 




Aug. 


25- 




Feb. 


2. 




March 


8. 




March 


13- 




March 


22. 


1640. 


April 


19. 




April 


26. 




May 


18. 




June 


14. 




Jan. 


12. 




Jan. 


23- 




Jan. 


24. 




March 


14. 


I64I. 


April 


I. 




May. 


I. 




June 


13- 




June 


29. 




June 


30- 




Aug. 


5- 




Feb. 


20. 




March 


6. 




March 


20. 


1642. 


Aug. 


10. 




Aug. 


19. 




Nov. 


I. 




Dec. 


4- 




Dec. 


14. 




Jan. 


28. 




Feb. 


20. 


1643. 


May 


7- 




May 


17- 




July 


25- 




Aug* 


7' 



Henry the son of Stephen & Elizabeth Wiffen. 
John the sonne of Thomas & Margaret Godfrie. 
Thomas son of John & Triphena Sore. 
P>ancis sonne of Thomas & Priscilla Talbot. 
Frances daughter of John & Frances Ewen. 
Susan daughter of Thomas & Jone Parker. 
Richard son of Robert & Bridget Cooke. 
Edward son of Edward & Grace Finsham. 
Thomas son of Thomas & Adrie Chinery. 
Thomas sonne of Robert & Margaret Goodrick. 
Thomas sonne of William & Rose Manning. 
Francis daughter of William & Francis Nunne. 
Anne daughter of William & Elizabeth Bernard. 
Elizabeth daughter of William & Elizabeth Ruggles. 
Martha daughter of Robert & Frances Spinke. 
Robert son of Robert & Margaret Goodricke. 
John son of George & Susan Adkin. 
Barbaric daughter of John & Frances Euin. 
Elizabeth daughter of Robert & Mary Bilham. 
Zara daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Wiffin. 
Edward sonne of Edward & Grace Finsham. 
Sicely daughter of Thomas & Jone Parker. 
William sonne of William & Rose Manning. 
Margaret daughter of John & Margaret Smithe. 
Frances daughter of Robert & Elizabeth Sparrow. 
Margaret daughter of Robert & Margaret Goodrick. 
Sarah daughter of Robert & Sarah Goldsmith. 
James sonne of John & Triphyna Sore. 
Anne daughter of Abraham & Anne Coppin. 
Frances daughter of Edmund & Alice Talbot. 
William sonne of William & Dorcas Hammond. 
Anne daughter of William & Rose Manning. 
Anne daughter of Thomas & Adrie Chinery. 
James sonne of John & Barbara Ewyn. 
William sonne of Gibson & Elizabeth Lucas 



22 HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



Sept. 


4- 


Sept. 


20. 


Oct. 


20. 


Jan. 


4- 


Jan. 


13- 


Feb. 


22. 



Henery sonne of Robert & Margaret Goodrick. 
Rebecca daughter of Edward & Grace Finsham. 
Samuel sonne of Robert & Bridget Cooke. 
William sonne of Ambrose & Elizabeth Goldsmith. 
John sonne of John & Margaret Smith. 
Susan daughter of Clement & Elizabeth Heigham. 
March 24. Thomas sonne of Thomas & Elizabeth Reggin. 

1644. Rebecca daughter of Jane Engold. 
Dorcas daughter of William & Dorcas Hammond. 
Anne daughter of WiUiam & Mary Towler. 
Frances daughter of John & Frances Ewen. 
Elizabeth daughter of Robert & Elizabeth Sparrow. 
Elizabeth daughter of Robert & Margaret Goodrick. 
Margaret daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Parker. 
William sonne of WiUiam & Rose Manning. 

1645. April 27. Margaret daughter of Edward & Grace Finsham. 
Susan daughter of John & Susan Noble. 
Benjamin sonne of John & TriphaBna Sore. 
Margaret daughter of Richard & Martha Gipps. 
Benninfield sonne of Clement & Elizabeth Heigham. 
Anne daughter of John & Katharine Senning. 
Jeremy sonne of Henry & Frances Sparrow. 
Anne daughter of Robert & Sarah Goldsmith. 
Thomas sonne of John & Margaret Smith, 
joane daughter of Thomas & Joane Bennold. 
Nathaniel sonne of Robert & Margaret Goodrick. 
James sonne of William & Dorcas Hammond. 

1646. April 16. Gibson sonne of Gibson & Elizabeth Lucas. 

Susan daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Wiffen. 
Francis sonne of Thomas & Elizabeth Reggin. 
Richard sonne of Richard & Martha Gipps. 
James sonne of James & Alice Linge. 
William sonne of William & Mary Towler. 
Jonathan sonne of John & Frances Ewen. 
Sarah daughter of William & Rose Manning. 



May 


16. 


July 


25- 


Sept. 


5- 


Oct. 


3- 


Jan. 


I. 


Jan. 


29. 


Feb. 


21. 


April 


27. 


May 


1 8. 


May 


27. 


July 


30- 


Aug. 


22. 


Sept. 


7' 


Dec. 


15- 


Dec. 


17- 


Jan. 


4- 


Feb. 


12. 


March 


I. 


March 


I 22. 


April 


16. 


May 


3- 


May 


3- 


June 


5- 


July 


16. 


Oct. 


12. 


Oct. 


12. 


Nov. 


22. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



23 





Jan. 15. 




Jan. 18. 


1647. 


March 31. 




April 17. 




Aug. 12. 




Sept. 5. 


1648. 


March 26. 




May 7. 




Aug. 10. 




Sept. 22. 




Oct. 22. 




Oct. 22. 




Dec. g. 




Dec. 26. 




Jan. 21. 




Feb. . 15. 




Feb. 20. 




Feb. 21. 


1649. 


Dec. 12. 




Feb. 3. 


1650. 


March 26. 




April 10. 




May g. 




May • 13. 




June 6. 




Sept. 10. 


I65I. 


March 13. 




April 10. 




April 17. 




June 8. 




June II. 




Aug. 14. 




Sept. 21. 




March 4. 


1652. 


May 13. 



William sonne of Clement & Elizabeth Heigham. 
Sarah daughter of Edward & Grace Fensham. 
Thomas sonne of Thomas & Elizabeth Parker. 
Christian daughter of Gibson & Elizabeth Lucas. 
John Sonne of Richard & Martha Gipps. 
Robert sonne of Robert & Elizabeth Sparrow. 
Mary daughter of William & Dorcas Hammond. 
Thomas son of Thomas & Elizabeth Reggin. 
Robert sonne of John & Margaret Smith. 
Caleb son of Thomas & Mary Sillet. 
Ellen daughter of Edward & Grace Finsham. 
Hannah daughter of Henry & Francis Sparrow. 
Elizabeth daughter of John & Elizabeth Ewen. 
Thomas son of Thomas & Hester Gardner. 
Thomas son of Thomas & Joan Bennold. 
John son of Robert & Margaret Goodrick. 
Elizabeth daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Parker. 
Robert son of Robert & Sarah Goldsmith, 
Richard son of Gibson & Elizabeth Lucas. 
Vincent son of William & Marie Towler. 
Thomas son of Richard & Martha Gipps. 
William son of William & Susan Goldsmith. 
Joshua son of Thomas & Mary Sillet. 
Edward son of Arthur & Susan Goodchild. 
Lawrence son of Lawrence & Alice Border. 
John son of Thomas & Sarah Wadkin. 
Christopher son of William & Elizabeth Prick. 
Vincent son of Vincent & Barbara Handler. 
Rose daughter of William & Rose Manning. 
Elizabeth daughter of Richard & Martha Gipps. 
Philip daughter of John & Philip Cowper. 
Thomas son of Gibson & Elizabeth Lucas. 
Elizabeth daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Ridgin. 
Edmund son of Edmond & Mary Hayward. 
James son of James & Margaret Wyard, 



H 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 





June 17. 




June 18. 




Auf?. 24. 




Oct. 15. 




Oct. 15. 




Feb. 16. 




P'eb. ig. 




Feb. 20. 




March 6. 


1653- 


March 24. 




Sept. 15. 




Nov. 3. 




Nov. 24. 




Dec. I. 




Jan. 16. 




Feb. 3. 




March 22. 




[Torn 


1654. 


July 6. 




Aug. I. 




Sept. 28. 




Nov. 7. 




Jan. 6. 




Jan. 6. 




Feb. I. 




Feb. 5. 




March 1. 




March 4. 


1655- 


June 15. 




Jan. 13. 




Jan. 23. 




Jan. 25. 




Feb. 4. 



March 23. 



Thomas son of Robert & Sarah Goldsmith. 
George son of Richard & Martha Gipps. 
Elizabeth daughter of John & Philip Cowper. 
Edward son of Thomas Sc Hester Gardiner. 
John son of John & Rebecca Smith. 
Mary daughter of Thomas & Mary Sillet. 
Mary daughter of Edward & Grace Finsham. 
Christian daughter of Gibson & Elizabeth Lucas. 
Margaret daughter of William & Marie Towler. 
Marie daughter of Henry & Joane Godfrie. 

Richard son of Richard & Sillet. 

Thomas son of Thomas & Marie Goldsmith. 
Sarah daughter of Thomas & Sarah Wadkin. 
Christian daughter of Edward & Grace Finsham. 
Anne daughter of William & Joane Handler. 
Judith daughter of Robert & Margaret Goodrick. 
Thomas son of John & Rebeccah Smith. 
Rose daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Ridgin. 
,J daughter of Thomas & Cadman. 

Elizabeth daughter of James & Margaret Wyard. 
Martha daughter of Richard & Martha Gippes. 
Robert son of Robert & Anne Towler. 
Elizabeth daughter of Josiah & Ester Wright. 
John son of Gibson & Elizabeth Lucas. 
Thomas son of Thomas & Elizabeth Skinner. 
Edward son of Edward & Elizabeth Godfrey. 
John son of John & Philip Cowper. 
Mary daughter of William & Susan Goldsmith. 
Anne daughter of John & Dorothy Hayward. 
Mary daughter of William & Rose Manning. 
William son of William & Joane Handler. 
John son of William Prick. 
John son of John & Mary Manteau. 
Holofernes son of William & Mary Towler. 
John son of Thomas & Elisabeth Ridgin, 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.-BAPtlSMS. 



^5 



1656. 



^^57- 



1658. 



1659. 



1660. 



1661. 



22. 

3- 
14. 

15- 

23- 
5- 
5- 
8. 

12. 

26. 

10. 

21. 

27. 

7- 
16. 



June 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

April 

May 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

March 21. 

Aug. 12. 

Jan. 6. 

Jan. 6. 

March 4. 

April 26. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

March 20. 

April 13. 

Nov. 

June 

July 

Aug. 
Oct. 



19. 

30. 
10. 

2. 
26. 

2. 



I. 
2. 

28. 

25- 

6. 



James sonne of Josiah & Esther Wright. 
Elizabeth daughter of William & Elizabeth Guttridge. 
Mary daughter of Richard & Martha Gippes. 
Clement son of Gibson & Elizabeth Lucas. 
Mary dauter of Thomas & Mary Gouldsmith. 
Rebeccah daughter of John & Rebeccah Steward. 
Katharine daughter of Thomas & Katharine Sergeant. 
John son of John & Jane Gervase. 
Henry son of Thomas & Elizabeth Skinner. 
Susan daughter of William & Susan Goldsmith. 
Joseph son of Henry & Jone Godfrey. 
Elizabeth daughter of Thomas & Mary Wellam. 
Isaac son of John & Margaret Smith. 
Alice daughter of Robert & Sarah Goldsmith. 
Elizabeth daughter of Richard & Martha Gippes. 
Sache son of Gibson & Elizabeth Lucas. 
Sherman son of John & Mary Manteau. 
William son of Thomas & Elizabeth Skinner. 
Sarah daughter of John & Marie Robinson. 
Thomas son of Thomas & Katharine Sergeant. 
Anne daughter of William & Elizabeth Guttridge. 
Margaret daughter of James & Margaret Wyard. 
John son of John & Philip Cooper. 
Frederick son of John & Jane Jarvis. 
Esther daughter of Josias & Esther Wright. 
Martha daughter of Henry & Joane Godfrey. 
George son of Robert & Anne Kerrington. 
Sulyard son of Mr. Valentine & Jane Gipps. 
Mary daughter of John & Dorathy Hayward. 
Walter son of William & Elizabeth Prick. 
Samuel son of John & Jane Jarvis. 
Elizabeth daughter of William & Susan Goldsmith. 
Sarah daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Skinner. 
Charles sonn of Gibson Lucas, Professor of Theologie, and 
Elizabeth his wife, 



26 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



1662. 



1663. 



1664. 



1665. 



Dec. 


I. 


Jan. 


4- 


May 


19. 


May 


29. 


June 


29. 


July 


13- 


Oct. 


19. 


Nov. 


2. 


Nov. 


5- 


Jan. 


12. 


March 


12. 


March 


22. 


April 


10. 


May 


21. 


Aug. 


8. 


Oct. 


22. 


Oct. 


28. 


Jan. 


8. 


March 


II. 


March 


13- 


April 


22. 


May 


I. 


Aug. 


21. 


Oct. 


6. 


Oct. 


II. 


Nov. 


18. 


Dec. 


2. 


Jan. 


6. 


Jan. 


12. 


Jan. 


30- 


April 


5- 


April 


12. 


May 


29. 


July 


4- 



Edward son of Edward & Katharine Fincham junior. 

George son of Mr, Valentine & Jane Gipps. 

Anne daughter of William & Mary Towler. 

Richard son of John & Philip Cowper. 

Thomas son of Josias & Esther Wright. 

Mary daughter of Robert & Sarah Goldsmyth. 

Leah daughter of Thomas & Leah Manning. 

Robert son of John & Joan Gervase. 

Robert son of Robert & Anne Kerrington. 

Mary daughter of John & Mary Manteau. 

John son of William & Mary Covell. 

Thomas son of William & Mary Godfry. 

John son of John & Mary Robinson. 

Mary daughter of William & Elizabeth Gutteridge. 

James & Gricyll, children of James & Gricyll Bland. 

Susan daughter of Roger & Susan Baker. 

Edward son of John & Joan Gervase. 

Clement son of Gibson Lucas, Professour of Divinity, & 

Elizabeth his wife. 
Margaret daughter of Thomas & Leah Manning. 
John son of John & Dorothy Hayward. 
William son of William & Mary Godfry. 
Elizabeth daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Sparling. 
Henry son of Henry & Joan Godfrey. 
Ann daughter of Mr. William & Mary Covell. 
Ambrose son of William & Susan Goldsmyth. 
Robert son of Thomas & Catherin Sergeant. 
Margaret daughter of Josias & Hester Weight. 
Ann daughter of Robert & Ann Kerrington. 
Elizabeth daughter of Henry & Elizabeth Wiffen. 
Robert son of Thomas & Elizabeth Skinner. 
Paul sonn of William & Alice Addames. 
Edmund sonn of Thomas & Marie Everred. 
Marie dauter of Gipson & Elizabeth Lucas. 
Susan dafter of William & Susan Kerrington, 



HORRlNGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



47 



1666. 



1667. 



1668. 



Au 



i66g. 



iT-Ug. 


^ 1 . 


Sept. 


9- 


Nov. 


6. 


Dec. 


I. 


Jan. 


13- 


March 


30- 


June 


I. 


Oct. 


5- 


Nov. 


7- 


Nov. 


7- 


Dec. 


6. 


Dec. 


21. 


Dec. 


28. 


Jan. 


20. 


Feb. 


2. 


Feb. 


25- 


March 


2. 


April 


6. 


April 


12. 


May 


7- 


Sept. 


23- 


Sept. 


3- 


Sept. 


20. 


Oct. 


17- 


Nov. 


17- 


Jan. 


18. 


Feb. 


14. 


May 


ID. 


June 


21. 


July 


24. 


Aug. 


28. 


Sept. 


7. 


Oct. 


8. 


Jan. 


15' 


May 


9' 



Ann dauter of Larrance & Ann Womack, 

Frances dauter of William & Elissibeth Ewen. 

Hannah dauter of William & Hannah W^yerd. 

Steven son of Thomas & Elisebeth Spurlin. 

Margeret daughter of Thomas & Margeret Adkin. 

William son of William & Elisibeth Goodritch. 

Hinry son of Hinry & Jone Godfry. 

Ann dauter of William & Faith Spinke. 

Mary dauter of John & Phillup Cooper. 

Elisebeth dauter of William & Elisibeth Ewen. 

Thomas sonn of William & Mary Covell. 

Thomas sonn of William & Mary Godfry. 

Margeret dawter of Hinry & Elisibeth Wiffen. 

John sonn of William & Susan Goldsmith. 

Mary dauter of Roger & Mary Baker. 

Thomas sonn of Thomas & Margaret WiiFon. 

Josias sonn of Josias & Ester Wright. 

Rebecke dauter of John & Dorythye Heywerd. 

John sonn of John & Frances Noble. 
Elisebeth dauter of William & Susan Herrington. 
W^illiam sonn of William & Hannah Weyerd. 
John sonn of William & Elisebeth Ewen. 
Mary dauter of Robert & Ann Kerington. 
Susan dauter of Thomas & Margeret Adken. 
Frances sonn of Frances & Frances Frost. 
William sonn of William & Cristian Cater. 
Edmund sonn of Edmund & Mary Hemsted. 
Elisebeth dauter of John & Frances Noble. 
John sonn of Thomas & Elisebeth Scinner. 
Alice dauter of John & Alice Smith. 
Josyas sonn of Josyas & Ester Right. 
Ritchard sonn of William & Mary Covell. 
William sonn of William & Susan Herrington. 
Frances dauter of William & Hannah Weyerd. 
John sonn of John & Margeret Ewen, 



MORRINGER RfiGlSTERS.— BAPTISMS. 





Sept. 26. 


I67I. 


June 13. 




Sept. 14. 




Oct. I. 




Nov. 21. 




Jan. 30. 




Feb. 2. 




Feb. 12. 




March 5. 




March 15. 


1672. 


June 29. 


1673- 


May 8. 




Sept. 8. 




Jan. I. 




Jan. 2. 




Jan. 18. 




Jan. 22. 




March 2. 




March 22. 


1674. 


March 29. 




May 24. 




June 12. 




June 21. 




July 12. 




Oct. 30. 




Nov. 3. 




Jan. 24. 




Feb. 21. 




March 7. 




March 7. 


1675- 


April 24. 




May 7. 




July 18. 




Aug. 15. 




Sept. 17. 



Steven son of John & Priscilla Cooper. 
Thomas son of Robert & Ann Kerrington. 
Rachel daughter of William & Hannah Wiard. 
Christian daughter of William & Elizabeth Ewen. 
Richard son of William & Mary Covell. 
William son of William & Susannah Lilly. 
Robert son of William & Susannah Goldsmith. 
Mary daughter of George & Elizabeth Cadney. 
Elizabeth daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Skynner. 
John son of John & Alice Smith. 
William son of John & Priscilla Cooper. 
Mary daughter of John & Margarett Almond. 
Richard son of Thomas & Margarett Wiffin. 
Susannah daughter of William & Elizabeth Ewen. 
Thomas son of Thomas cS: Anne Chinery. 
Mary daughter of Lawrence & Anne Perkins. 
Grace daughter of George & Mary Nelson. 
Anne daughter of John & Anne Peachy. 
Abigail daughter of Thomas & Margarett Atkins. 
Alice daughter of William & Alice Adams. 
Hannah daughter of John & Margarett Ewen. 
Margarett daughter of William & Susan Lilly. 
James son of Edmund & Mary Hemsted. 
Anne daughter of Thomas & Anne Jaggard. 
Anne daughter of John & Mary Robinson. 
George son of George & Elizabeth Cadney. 
Anne daughter of William & Elizabeth Ewen. 
Gibson son of William & Margarett Lucas. 
William son of Josias & Hester Wright. 
Mary daughter of Thomas & Bridgett Chinery. 
Elizabeth daughter of William & Mary Prigg. 
Mary daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Skinner. 
Thomas son of William & Christian Cater. 
Mary daughter of Thomas & Anne Chinery. 
James son of William & Hannah Wiard, 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



29 



Dec. 27. 



Dec. 


28. 


1676. April 


9- 


May 


23- 


May 


26. 


& 




July 


I. 


Aug. 


26. 


Aug. 


27. 


Sept. 


12. 


Oct. 


12. 


Dec. 


12. 


Dec. 


14, 


Jan. 


28. 


Feb. 


8. 


Feb. 


10. 


March 


6. 


March 


8. 


March 


13- 


March 


17- 


1677. ]^^^ 


8. 


July 


21. 


Aug. 


9- 


Oct. 


18. 


Nov. 


8. 


Nov. 


13- 


Nov. 


15- 


Nov. 


29. 


& 




Dec. 


2. 


Dec. 


27. 


Jan. 


2. 


Jan. 


22. 



Katharine daughter of John Skelton Esq. & the Lady Payton, 

his wife. 
Mary daughter of John & Joan Hockle. 
Martha daughter of John & Martha Noble. 
Lawrence son of Lawrence & Elizabeth Howard. 
John son of William & Anne Newport, 
Elizabeth daughter of John & Margarett Ewen. 
William son of Thomas & Margarett Wiffin. 
William son of William & Mary Prigg. 
Alice daughter of W^illiam & Elizabeth Ewen. 
John son of Lawrence & Anne Perkins. 
Elizabeth daughter of William & Anne Lucas. 
Anne daughter of Thomas & Bridgett Chinery. 
Elizabeth daughter of Henry & Elizabeth Gray. 
Elizabeth & Susannah, twin daughters of John & Joan 

Hockly. 
Sarah daughter of James & Sarah Ewen. 
John son of Thomas & Margarett Atkins. 
Thomas son of William & Hannah Wiard. 
Thomas son of John & Anne Peachy. 
Barbara daughter of Thomas & Barbara Ford. 
Elizabeth daughter of George & Rose Jarrold. 
Thomas son of Thomas & Elizabeth Gardiner. 
James son of William & Elizabeth Ewen. 
Martha daughter of George & Mary Nelson. 
Ellen daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Ling. 
Mary daughter of William & Susannah Lilly. 
Christian daughter of William & Anne Lucas. 
John son of Lawrence & Elizabeth Howard. 
Susannah daughter of Thomas & Anne Chinery, 
William son of Edward & Susannah Cheavely. 
Mary daughter of Francis & Frances Frost. 
Richard son of Sir Richard & the Lady Elizabeth Gipps 
John & Elizabeth children of John & Margarett Arnold. 
Margarett daughter of Henry & Elizabeth Gray. 



3° 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



1678. 



Joseph son of William & Christian Cater. 

Mary daughter of John & Martha Noble. 

Martha daughter of Thomas & Barbara Ford. 

John son of John & Joan Hockly. 

Abigail daughter of Lawrence & Anne Perkins. 

James son of James & Elizabeth Wiard of Ikworth. 

James son of William & Mary Prigg. 

Natthaniell son of Natthaniell & Anne Goodrick. 

Henry son of Henry & Elizabeth Gray. 

John son of William & Elizabeth Ewen. 

Sarah daughter of Thomas & Bridgett Chinery. 

Elizabeth daughter of John & Elizabeth Prigg, 

Thomas son of Thomas & Elizabeth Ling. 

Elizabeth daughter of Sir Richard & the Lady Elizabeth 

Gipps. 
Robert son of Robert & Anne Goldsmith. 
Elizabeth daughter of Laurence & Elizabeth Howard. 
Francis sonne of Francis & Jone Hockley. 
Thomas son of Thomas & Barbara Ford. 
Grace daughter of George & Elizabeth Cadny. 
William son of W^illiam & Anne Lucas. 
John son of William & Susannah Lilly. 
Ralph son of William & Alice Adams. 
Anne daughter of • & Margaret Atkins. 



1679. 



1680. 



1681. 



Feb. 


15. 


March 


10, 


April 


12. 


April 


i3' 


May 


9' 


July 




Sept. 


10, 


Oct. 


12, 


Dec. 


19, 


Jan. 


30' 


Feb. 


13' 


Feb. 


22. 


March 


16, 


June 


5 


June 


5^ 


July 


18, 


Nov. 


10, 


Dec. 


II, 


Dec. 


28, 


Jan. 


16, 


Feb. 


I. 


Feb. 


2. 


Feb. 


8. 


Feb. 


25- 


March 


II. 


Aug. 


I, 


Oct. 


31- 


Jan. 


23' 


Jan. 


31" 


Feb. 


17' 


March 


18. 


Aug. 


13- 


Sept. 


II, 



Ehzabeth daughter of William & Christian Warren of Hargett 

house in Suffolke. 
Sarah daughter of John & Anne Peachy. 
Charles son of John & Martha Noble. 
Christian daughter of Robert & Anne Goldsmith. 
William sonne of Francis & Frances Frost. 
Edmund sonne of Anthony & Catharine Horrinx. 
Elizabeth daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Ling, 
Richard son of Thomas & Elizabeth Gardiner. 
Susan daughter of Laurence & Ann Perkins. 
Elizabeth daughter of Thomas & Bridget Chinery. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.—BAPTISMS. 



31 



Katherine daughter of Sir Richard & Elizabeth Gibbs. 

Henry son of Henry & Mary Cosens. 

Leonard son of John & Martha Jackson. 

Robert son of Thomas & Ann Jaggard. 

Thomas son of John & Martha Noble. 

Georg son of Georg & Mary Nelson. 

John son of Thomas & Elizabeth Garner. 

Ann daughter of Robert & Ann Goldsmith. 

Henry sonn of John & Mary Folkes. 

James sonn of John & Mary Reve. 

Thomas son of Thomas & Barbary Ford. 

William son of William & Elizabeth Alderton. : 

Matthew son of William & Abigail Prick. 

James son of John & Susan Wyers. 

Elizabeth daughter of Henry & Mary Cosens. 

Elizabeth daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Ling. 

son of George & Mary [Cadny. ?] 

Margaret daughter of Thomas & Barbary Ford. 

Mary daughter of George & Rose Gerald. 

Thomas son of Thomas & Bridget Chinery. 

John son of William & Abagaile Prick, 

Ann daughter of Thomas & Ann Chinery. 

Mary daughter of Henry & Mary Folkes. 

Chris : daughter of William & Elizabeth Alderton. 

Edward son of Edward & Susan Hempstead. 

Mary daughter of John & Ann Petchy. 

Elizabeth daughter of John & Mary Reeve. 

Mary daughter of Thomas Smith, Rector, and Eleanor his 

wife. 
Sarah daughter of Thomas & Barbary Ford. 
Rose daughter of George & Rose Gerald. 
Hester daughter of Thomas & Bridget Chinery. 
Ann daughter of Robert & Leah Jarvis, 
Susan daughter of Edward & Susan Hempstead. 
Johrj son of Richard & Susan Ernesby, 





Jan. 3. 




Jan. 20. 




Feb. 9. 


1682. 


March 26. 




May 22. 




May 26. 




June 6. 




June 23. 




June 25. 




Aug. 16. 




Oct. 16. 




Dec. 30. 




Jan. 6, 




March 18. 


1683. 


July 15- 




Sept. 14. 




Oct. 9. 




Nov. 24. 




Dec. 6. 




Jan. 24. 


1684. 


March 25. 




March 25. 




March 30. 




April 3. 




April 18. 




June I. 




July 17. 




Oct. 9. 




Dec. II. 




Jan. 30. 


1685. 


July 21. 




Sept. 6. 




Sept. 17. 




Nov, 5. 



32 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



1687. 



Henry son of Henry & Mary Cosens. 

Robert son of Thomas & Elizabeth Ling. 

EHzabeth daughter of John Godfrey. 

EHzabeth daughter of Thomas & Barbary Ford. 
1686. March 26. James son of James & Mortlock. 

Thomas son of Thomas Smith, Rector, & Eleanor his wife. 

Elizabeth daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth How. 

John son of William & Elizabeth Alderton. 

Robert son of Robert & Leah Jarvis. 

John son of John & Mary Sparrow. 

John son of Edward & Susan Hempsted. 

Hester daughter of Richard & Susan Ernesby. 

Mary daughter of John & Mary Reeve, 

Mary daughter of Edmund & Willingham. 

Katherine daughter of Anthony & Katherine Hallux. 

Mary daughter of James & Mary Mortlock. 

Robert son of John & Martha Noble. 

Thomas son of Thomas & Bridget Chinery. 

John son of John & Lydia Godfry. 

Mary daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth How. 

Robert son of William & Elizabeth Alderton. 

William son of John & Rachel Lait. 

Ling Gibliddy. [?] 

Charles son of William & Ann Lucas. 

Robert son of Thomas Smith, Clerk, & Eleanor his wife. 

Robert son of John & Ann Petchy. 

Hester daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Gardiner. 

Thomas son of Henry & Mary Cosens. 

Ann daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Wiffen. 

John son of John & Susan Clerke. 
1689. April II. Antony son of Thomas & Barbary Ford. 

Michael son of James & Mortlock. 

Hannah daughter of William & Elizabeth Alderton. 

Ann daughter of Edmund & Alice Bray. 

William son of John & Martha Noble, 



Nov. 


14. 


Nov. 


24. 


Dec. 


13- 


March 


22. 


March 


26. 


June 


2. 


Aug. 


26. 


Sept. 


16. 


Sept. 


24. 


Nov. 


25- 


Feb. 


24. 


April 


4- 


July 


31- 


Nov. 


2. 


Nov. 


5- 


Dec. 


18. 


Jan. 


15- 


Feb. 


9- 


Feb. 


10. 


Feb. 


28. 


March 


2. 


May 


24. 


June 


22. 


July 


5- 


July 


27. 


July 


29. 


Aug. 


30. 


Sept. 


4- 


Oct. 


30- 


Dec. 


20. 


April 


II. 


May 


20. 


May 


31- 


July 


26. 


Aug. 


4- 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



33 



1690. 



i6gi. 



Mountjoy son of Edmund & Ann Rose. 
Sarah daughter of John & Sarah Wright. 

Thomas son of Edmund & Willingham. 

Frances daughter of Thomas & Ehzabeth How. 
Mary daughter of Henry & Mary Cosens. 
Samuel son of Richard & Sarah Edgely. 
Robert son of John & Susan Gierke. 
William son of William & Mary Herrington. 
Susanna daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Ling. 
Thomas son of John & Susan Clerk. 
Thomas son of Henery & Ann Sorrell. 
Isaac son of Thomas & Bridget Chinery. 
Mary daughter of John & Susan Covell. 
Ann daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth How [ ? ] . 
Susan daughter of Robert & Susan Talbot. 
John son of John & Hallux. 

Rachel daughter of John & Rachel Laite. 

Sarah daughter of Richard & Edgely. 

Thomas son of John & Ann Ling. 

Sarah daughter of William & Elizabeth Alderton. 

Antony son of Thomas Smith, Rector, & Eleanor his wife. 

Else daughter of Edmund & Willingham. 

Samuel son of Samuel & Alice Bray. 

William son of Henery & Mary Cosens. 

John son of John & Susan Gierke. 

John son of Thomas & Ann Ling. 

Thomas son of Thomas & Elizabeth Wiffen. 

F'rances daughter of Lewis & Mortlock. 

Elizabeth daughter of Robert & Susan Talbot. 

Hannah daughter of John & Hannah Wiseman. 

William son of Theodore & Mary Wix. 

Susan daughter of John & Susan Gierke. 

Joseph son of Joseph Alexander, clerke, & Frances his wife. 

Susan daughter of Stephen & Cooper. 

Mary daughter of Thomas Smith, clerke, & Ellinor his wife. 



1692. 



1693. 



Aug. 


6. 


Aug. 


16. 


Dec. 


5- 


Dec. 


12. 


Jan. 


4- 


May 


I. 


May 


15- 


Aug. 


9- 


Dec. 


26. 


April 


3- 


April 


4- 


April 


16. 


Sept. 


20. 


Oct. 


12. 


Nov. 


2. 


Nov. 


26. 


J^n. 


15- 


Jan. 


24. 


Jan. 


30- 


Feb. 


4- 


Feb. 


7- 


March 


13- 


March 


27. 


May 


II. 


May 


22. 


Oct. 


6. 


Dec. 


15- 


Jan. 


22. 


March 


14. 


April 




June 


17- 


July 


12. 


July 


30- 


Aug. 


17- 


Aug. 


18. 



34 HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



Sarah daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth How. 
AHce daughter of Wilham & EHzabeth Alderton. 

1694. April 10. Ann daughter of John & Ann Ling. 
EHzabeth daughter of Thomas & EHzabeth Gardner. 
Mary daughter of Robert & Ann Jaggard. 
Mary daughter of Edward & Sarah Parker. 
John son of John & Hannah Wiseman. 
Mary daughter of Henery & Mary Everade. 
Elizabeth daughter of William & Martha Cooper. 
Mary Robinson, a bastard child. 

1695. April I. Edmund son of Edmund & Mary Willingham. 
Mary daughter of Elizabeth Bowes. 
Hugh son of Hugh & Mary Pattle, farmer. 
Thomas son of John & Rachel Lait, labourer. 
Laurence son of Thomas & Elizabeth W^ififen, labourer. 
John Covel son of John & Elizabeth Kittle, farmer. 
Mary daughter of Joseph & Mary Crowch, labourer. 
Elizabeth daughter of Robert & Leah Jarvis, labourer. 
Jane daughter of Thomas Smith, clerke, & Eleanor his wife. 
Thomas son of Samuel & Alice Bray, labourer. 

Susan daughter of William & LiUy, labourer. 

Frances daughter of Joseph & Frances Alexander, clerke. 
Mary daughter of Theodore & Mary Wix, woolcomber. , 
John son of =■' James & Mary Mortlock, labourer. 

1696. April 3. Elizabeth daughter of Richard & Elizabeth Elsden, wool- 
comber. 

Rachel daughter of John & Susan Clerke, labourer. 
Thomas son of John & Hannah Wiseman, woolecomber. 
John son of John & Hannah Smith junior, labourer. 
Mary daughter of Henery & Elizabeth Cornwall, labourer. 
Hannah daughter of Thomas & Susan Wiseman, wool- 
comber. 
William son of William & Martha Cooper, labourer. 
Katherine daughter of John & Elizabeth Kittle, farmer, 
♦Called Lewis in the duplicate, 



Nov. 


24. 


Dec. 


1 1. 


April 


10. 


Sept. 


I. 


Sept. 


7- 


Sept. 


22. 


Sept. 


27. 


Oct. 


25- 


Jan. 


22. 


Jan. 


27. 


April 


I. 


April 


29. 


May 


17- 


June 


— 


June 


16. 


July 


21. 


July 


24. 


July 


28. 


Oct. 


7- 


Nov. 


22. 


Nov. 


22. 


Dec. 


■6. 


Dec. 


12. 


Feb. 


28. 


April 


3- 


May 


3I' 


June [?] 4. 


Aug. 


29. 


Aug. 


30. 


Oct. 


19. 


Oct. 


22. 


Feb. 


5- 



1451358 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



-35 



Elizabeth daughter of John & Elizabeth Hern, labourer. 

Elizabeth daughter of Hugh & Mary Pattle, labourer, 

Mary daughter of Joseph & Mary Bunting, labourer. 

Sarah daughter of Edward & Sarah Parker, labourer. 

Elizabeth daughter of James & Elizabeth Frost, labourer. 

Mary Lilly, a bastard child. 

Isabella daughter of Richard & Elizabeth Elsden, labourer. 

John son of William & Elizabeth Newport, farmer. 

John son of John & Ann Wiseman, labourer. 

Mary daughter of Henery & Elizabeth Cornwall, labourer. 

daughter of Edmund & Mary Willingham, labourer. 

Thory son of Thory [Theodore] & Mary Wix, woolcomber. 
Thomas son of John & Hannah Wiseman, woolcomber. 
James son of James & Elizabeth Frost, labourer. 
John son of William & Martha Cooper, labourer. 
Joseph son of Joseph & Mary Bunting, labourer. 
Elizabeth daughter of John & Elizabeth Kittle, farmer. 
Frances daughter of Henry & Frances Harvy, shipherd. 

Lewis son of James & ■ Mortlock, labourer. 

Ann daughter of William & Elizabeth Newport, labourer. 
Richard son of Richard & Elizabeth Elsden, woolcomber. 

William son of William & Limmer, farmer. 

Philip son of Henry & Elizabeth Cornwall, labourer. 

John son of John & Else Bensted, labourer. 

Sarah daughter of Samuel & Alice Bray, labourer. 

Francis son of Francis & Ann Frost, labourer. 

William son of Robert & Ann Potter, labourer. 

Mary daughter of Ambrose & Margaret Freind, labourer, 

[In the duplicate it is Ambrose Freeman.] 
Stephen son of Francis & Sarah Foreman, labourer. 
Elizabeth daughter of Edward & Sarah Parker, labourer. 
A child of Boss, labourer. [In Register of Births only.] 
Jonathan son of John & Susan Clerke, labourer. 
John son of John & Alice Bensted, labourer. 
Richard son of William & Martha Cooper, labourer. 





Feb. 


25' 


1697. 


March 


26. 




April 


15- 




May 


16, 




Aug. 


8, 




Aug. 


9" 




Aug. 


31- 




Oct. 


22, 




Nov. 


19. 




Jan. 


9- 




March 


7- 


1698. 


July 


24. 




Sept. 


23- 




Sept. 


30- 




Oct. 


30- 




Dec. 


28. 




Jan. 


3- 




Jan. 


17- 




Feb. 


2. 


1699. 


March 


30- 




April 


21. 




May 


12. 




May 


14. 




July 


16. 




July 


30. 




Aug. 


27. 




Oct. 


18. 




Dec. 


17- 




Dec. 


26, 




Feb. 


4' 


1700. 


April 


3- 




July 


20. 




Aug. 


— 



36 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



Richard son of Richard & Elizabeth Elsdon, labourer. 

Ann daughter of Robert & Ann Potter, labourer. 

Frances daughter of Henry & Frances Harvy, labourer. 

Mary daughter of John & Elizabeth Hern, labourer. 

Thomas son of John & Hannah Smith, labourer. 

John son of James & Elizabeth Frost, labourer. 

William son of William Lilly junior, labourer. 

Susan daughter of Henery & Elizabeth Cornwall, labourer. 

Francis son of Francis & Sarah Foreman, labourer. 

Elizabeth daughter of Joseph Bunting, labourer. 

Henry son of Henry & Martha Musket, tradesman. 

Betty daughter of William and Elizabeth Newport, labourer. 

Mary daughter of John and Hannah Wiseman, woolcomber. 

Susanna daughter of John & Susan Gierke, labourer. 

William son of William & Martha Nicolls, labourer. 

William son of John & Alice Bensted, labourer. 

Samuel son of Samuel & Ann Battely, gentleman. 

Susanna daughter of Henry & Elizabeth Cornwall, labourer. 

Sarah daughter of Widow Petchy. 

Thomas son of Robert & Leah Jarvis, labourer. 

A daughter of Joseph Alexander, clerke. [Amongst births 

only.] 
Bridget daughter of John & Elizabeth Hern, labourer. 

Robert son of Robert & Ann Potter, labourer. 

Mary daughter of James & Mary Frost, labourer. 

A son of Ralf Adams, labourer. [Among births only.] 

Susan daughter of John & Martha Booman, shiphard. 

Daughter of Ambrose Freind, woolcomber. [Births only.] 

Ann daughter of Joseph & Mary Bunting, labourer. 

Mary daughter of William & Mary Harrington, woolcomber. 

Elizabeth daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Wiffen, 
labourer. 

Susanna daughter of John & Sarah Pitches, labourer. 

Mary daughter of Francis & Sarah Foreman, labourer. 

Margat daughter of William Cooper, labourer, 



Aug. 


30- 


Sept. 


19. 


Sept. 


21. 


Sept. 


26. 


Nov. 


I. 


Nov. 


5- 


Nov. 


22. 


Nov. 


28. 


Jan. 


30. 


March 


16. 


March 


20. 


March 


24. 


[701. July 


10. 


Oct. 


21. 


Jan. 


15- 


Feb. 


19. 


Feb. 


22. 


March 


7- 


March 


8. 


1702. June 


19. 


Sept. 


9- 


Sept. 


13- 


Oct. 


2. 


Oct. 


18. 


Oct. 


29. 


Nov. 


8. 


Nov. 


20. 


Nov. 


29. 


Dec. 


30. 


Feb. 


23' 


1703. April 


12. 


May 


2. 


May 


20. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



37 



1704. 



1705- 



July 


II. 


July 


22. 


July 


30- 


Sept. 


12. 


Sept. 


20. 


Oct. 


17- 


Oct. 


24. 


Nov. 


II. 


Dec. 


28, 


Dec. 


1' 


Jan. 


29. 


March 


23- 


April 


4- 


May 


II. 


June 


13- 


Aug. 


20. 


Sept. 


7- 


Oct. 


15- 


Nov. 


12. 


Dec. 


II. 



Dec. 



21. 



1706. 



Jan. 


22, 


Feb. 


II, 


Feb. 


25' 


Feb. 


26, 


May 


28, 


June 


25- 


Aug. 


3' 


Nov. 


27, 


Jan. 


23' 


Jan. 


24, 


Feb. 


2, 


April 


II, 



Thomas son of Henry & Elizabeth Cornwall, labourer. 

Mary daughter of Richard & Elizabeth Elsden, labourer. 

Thomas son of Thomas & Elizabeth Bass. 

William son of William & Ann Hawes, labourer. 

Samuel son of Francis & Else Shaw. 

Sarah daughter of Edward & Sarah Parker, labourer. 

Elizabeth daughter of John & Carr Brooke, labourer. 

William son of William & Elizabeth Newport, labourer. 

Mary daughter of Robert & Mary Sandcroft. 

Thomas son of Henry & Amy How. 

Frank son of James & Elizabeth Frost, labourer. 

Hannah daughter of John Ewen, farmer. 

Mary daughter of Wilham & Margat Holland, labourer. 

John son of William & Mary Harrington, woolcomber. 

Ralfe son of Ralfe & Sarah Adams, labourer. 

Ann daughter of Francis & Ann Frost, labourer. 

Katherine daughter of John & Susan Gierke, labourer. 

Elizabeth daughter of Francis & Else Shaw, labourer. 

Samuel son of Joseph & Mary Bunting. 

Sarah & Elizabeth twin daughters of Robert & Mary 

Sondcroft. 
Ann daughter of Edward Forster, clerke, deceased, & Hester 

his wife. 
John & Elizabeth twins of Robert & Ann Potter. 
Elizabeth daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Bass. 
James son of William & Ann Hawes. 
Thomas son of James & Elizabeth Frost. 
William son of John & Mary Rolfe. 
Marian daughter of Ambrose & Margaret Freind. 
Edward son of Edward & Rachel Parker. 
Else daughter of Francis & Else Shaw. 
Dyllavera daughter of John & Ewen. 

Daniel son of Francis & Sarah Foreman. 
Charles son of John & Car Brooke. 
Thomas son of WjUiam & Elizabeth Newport. 



38 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 





April 


12. 




June 


7- 




June 


30- 




July 


21. 




Aug. 


2. 




Oct. 


27. 




Nov. 


10. 




Dec. 


6. 




Dec. 


27. 




Dec. 


31- 




Feb. 


22. 


1707. 


July 


20. 




Aug. 


14. 




Aug. 


24. 




Aug. 


28. 




Sept. 


21. 




Nov. 


14. 




Jan. 


6. 




March 


12. 


\, 


March 


13- 


1708. 


April 


2. 




June 


17- 




Oct. 


24. 




Nov. 


28. 




Jan. 


28. 


1709. 


April 


18. 




Feb. 


19. 


I7I0. 


April 


20. 




Sept. 


3- 




Sept. 


21. 


I7II. 


April 


8. 




April 


24. 




June 


30- 




July 


29. 




Oct. 


ig. 



Isabella daughter of Richard & EHzabeth Elsden. 
John son of Ralfe & Sarah Adams. 
Charles son of Charles Web. 
John son of Francis & Ann Frost. 
Ann daughter of Robert & Ann Potter, 
Robert son of Robert & Mary Sondcroft. 
Thomas son of WiUiam & Ann Hows. 
Ann daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Bass. 
John son of Edward & Rachel Parker. 
Francis son of Francis & Else Shaw. 
Richard son of Richard & Sarah Gardiner. 
Anthony son of Henry & Susan Smith. 
William son of John & Ann Ewen. 

of John & Car Brooke. 

James son of Robert & Elizabeth Cooke. 
William son of James & Elizabeth Frost. 
Else daughter of Ralfe & Sarah Adams. 
Hannah daughter of John & Hannah Smith. 
Hannah daughter of Edward & Rachel Parker. 
Daniel son of Francis & Sarah Foreman. 
Samuel son of Robert & Ann Potter. 
Ambrose son of Ambrose & Margaret Freind. 
John son of John Sparrow. 
Ann daughter of James & Ann Spalden. 
Ann daughter of Francis & Else Shaw. 
Richard son of Richard & Sarah Gardiner. 
Samuel W^ent, bastard child. 
George son of George & Susan Nellson. 
Ann daughter of Henry & Susan Smith. 
John son of John & Elizabeth Bray. 
Hannah daughter of Edward & Rachel Parker. 
John son of Thomas & Rebecca Gardiner. 
Gabriel Hallux, bastard child. 
Rachel daughter of Ralf & Sarah Adams. 
Richard son of Fr^^ncis & Sarah Foreman, 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



39 



1712. 



Thomas son of John Sparrow. 

Susan daughter of John & Ann Ewen. 

Robert son of John & Carr Brook. 

John son of James & Ehsabeth Frost. 

Ehsabeth daughter of Wilham & Ehsabeth Harrington. 

Hannah daughter of John Sparrow. 

Mary daughter of Thomas & Mary Murton. 

Susanna daughter of Isaac & Susan Bartlet. 

Susan daughter of John & Susan Ong. 

Robert son of John & Ehsabeth Bray. 

Henry son of Henry & Susan Cosens. 

Ehsabeth daughter of WilHam & Ehsabeth Lait. 

Sarah daughter of Michael & Elisabeth King. 

William son of Edward & Rachel Parker. 

Mary daughter of John & Ann Ewen. 

James & Mary, twin children of James & Ann Spalden. 

Elisabeth daughter of & How. 



1713- 



1714. 



I7I5' 



Oct. 


19. 


March 


13- 


July 


6. 


July 


13- 


Aug. 


14. 


Oct. 


16. 


Dec. 


30- 


Jan. 


I. 


Jan. 


24. 


April 


30. 


Sept. 


6. 


Oct. 


10. 


Nov. 


8. 


Jan. 


15- 


March 


19. 


April 


14. 


April 


17- 


April 


18. 


Oct. 


16. 


Dec. 


28. 


Jan. 


13- 


March 


2. 


March 


4- 


May 


15- 


May 


23- 


June 


19. 


June 


26. 


Oct. 


II. 


Nov. 


27. 


Feb. 


19. 



March 15. 

1716. April 12. 

July I. 

Aug. 10, 



James son of Francis & Sarah Foreman. 

John son of Henry & Susan Cosens. 

Hannah daughter of John & Susan Ong. 

William son of John & Elisabeth Bray. 

Paul son of Ralf & Sarah Adams. 

Francis son of Charlas Web. 

Elisabeth daughter of Thomas & Katharine Crack. 

John son of Mr. John Battely, clerk, & Ann his wife. 

Katherine daughter of Thomas Crack. 

Robert son of Robert & Judeth Clerk. 

Robert son of Robert & Susan Pain. 

Elisabeth daughter of Josuah & Elisabeth Bunting. 

Sarah daughter of Edmund & Sarah Hempsted. 

Elisabeth daughter of Henry & Susan Cosens. 

Samuel son of Mr. John Battely, Rector of Trorson, & Ann 

his wife. 
Elisabeth daughter of John & Elisabeth Spicer. 
Isaac son of Isaac & Mary Chinery. 



40 



tlORRlNGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



John son of John & Susan Ong. 
Rachel daughter of WilHam & Elisabeth Lait. 
Rebecca daughter of Thomas & Rebecca Gardiner. 
Elisabeth daughter of John & Ann Ewen. 
Jonathan son of Edmund & Sarah Hempsted. 
Sarah daughter of John & Elisabeth Bray. 
John son of Thomas & Katherine Crack. 
Ann daughter of John & Ann Battely. 

Mary daughter of How. 

John son of John & Elisabeth Spicer. 

Thomas son of Isaac & Mary Chinery. 

John son of John & Carr Brook. 

Thomas son of Henry & Susan Cosens. 

Mary daughter of Thomas & Mary Mortlock. 

Katherine daughter of Mr. John Battely, clerk, & Ann his 

wife. 
Thomas son of Joshuah & Elisabeth Bunting. 
Randal son of Edmund Lemmon. 
Mary daughter of John & Elisabeth Spicer. 
Robert son of James Frost. 
Thomas son of Thomas & Katherine Crack. 
Elisabeth daughter of Robert & Susan Pain. 
Susan daughter of Henry & Susan Cosens. 
Susan daughter of William & Elisabeth Lait. 
Richard son of Francis & Else Shaw. 
Thomas son of Thomas & Frances How. 
John son of Mr. John & Ann Battely. 
William son of William & Ann Lias. 
Mary daughter of Stephen & Mary Lemmon. 
Else daughter of Thomas & Else Willingham. 
Mary daughter of John & Elisabeth Bray. 
James & John, twin children of James & Mary Mortlock. 
Mary daughter of Henry & Susan Cosens. 
Rachel daughter of Robert & Judith Clerk. 
Charles son of John & Ann Battely. 





Nov. 


4- 




Dec. 


26. 




Dec. 


30- 




Feb. 


8. 




March 


24. 


I7I7. 


April 


14. 




June 


29. 




Oct. 






Nov. 


17- 




Dec. 


6. 




Jan. 


19. 


I7I8. 


May 


12. 




June 


7- 




July 


24. 




Oct. 


26. 




Nov. 


16. 




Nov. 


23- 


I7I9. 


April 


26. 




June 


24. 




Sept. 


21. 




Oct. 


10. 




Dec. 


13- 




Dec. 


17- 




Feb. 


25- 




Feb. 


oS. 




March 


ID. 




March 


13- 


1720. 


April 


2. 




July 


10. 




Sept. 


29. 




Oct. 


2. 




Dec. 


28. 




Jan. 


6. 


I72I. 


June 


^5' 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



41 



John son of John & Mary Oatly. 
Susan daughter of George & Susan Nelson. 
EHsabeth daughter of Thomas & Else Willingham. 
Mary daughter of William & Mary Harvy. 
John son of William & Ann Oliver. 
Mary daughter of John & Marial Sparrow. 
Ann daughter of William & Ann Lias. 
Mary daughter of Josuah Bunting. 
Susan daughter of Robert & Susan Pain. 
W'ilham & Ann, twin children of William & Ann Oliver. 
son of John & Esther Clerk. 



1722. 



1723. 



1724. 



1725- 



July 


28. 


Sept. 


21. 


Oct. 


21. 


Nov. 


3- 


Dec. 


14. 


Jan. 


27. 


March 


18. 


April 


14. 


June 


12. 


Nov. 


26. 


Jan. 


I. 


Jan. 


25- 


Feb. 


II. 


Feb. 


21. 


March 


6. 


April 


20. 


May 


20. 


July 


24. 


Nov. 


13- 


March 


I. 


Aug. 


21. 


Sept. 


22. 


Oct. 


II, 


Dec. 


31- 


Jan. 


30- 


Feb. 


13- 


March 


20. 


March 


30- 


& 




May 


17- 


June 


4- 


June 


25- 


July 


18. 


Aug. 


27. 


Nov. 


28. 



Margat daughter of Edmund & Beatley Willingham. 
Katherine daughter of James & Mary Mortlock. 
William bastard child of Bridget Hern. 
Ann daughter of Henry & Susan Cosens. 
Thomas son of John & Mary Oately. 
Elizabeth daughter of John & x\nn Battely. 
Hugh son of Hugh & Mary Spencer. 
Thomas son of W^illiam & Elizabeth Lait. 
Elisabeth daughter of John & Marial Sparrow. 
Thomas son of William & Ann Oliver. 
Lewis son of James & Mary Mortlock. 
Mary daughter of Hugh & Mary Spencer. 
Mary daughter of John & EHsabeth Spicer. 
Mary daughter of John & Mary Oatly. 
Elisabeth daughter of Joseph & Frances How. 
Thomas son of Thomas & Alice Willingham. 
Mary daughter of Edmund & Beatley WilHngham, 
Thomas son of William & Elizabeth Lait. 
Thomas son of Thomas & Elizabeth Pain. 
John son of Thomas & Catherine Crack. 
Eleanor Patridge daughter of William & Anne Lias. 
Isabella daughter of William & Anne Oliver. 
Nicolas son of John & Anne Battely. 
John son of Samuel & Sarah Pond. 



42 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.—BAPTlSMS. 



Oliver son of John & Marial Sparrow. 
Hugh son of Hugh & Mary Spencer. 

1726. April II. Richard son of Richard & Jane Elsden. 
Elizabeth (Gates),"'- a foundling. 
Jermyn son of John & Mary Symonds. 
Ann daughter of Thomas & Ann Pleasance. 
Ann daughter of John & Elizabeth Spicer. 

1727. April 4. John son of Richard & Mary How. 
George son of William & Ann Oliver. 
Mary daughter of William & Elizabeth Lait. 
William son of John & x\nn Battely. 
Christian daughter of John & Mary Oatly. 
Thomas son of James & Mary Frost. 
Elizabeth daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Pain. 
John son of John & Christian Dykes. 
Susan daughter of Joshua & Elizabeth Bunting. 
John & Thomas, twin children of John & Mary Symonds. 
Rebecca Wymock, a child of Rebecca Wymock & Thomas 

Sergeant. 
Mary daughter of Thomas & Alice Willingham. 
Ann daughter of John & Marial Sparrow. 
William son of Samuel & Sarah Pond. 
Mary daughter of John & Mary Symonds. 
Sarah daughter of William & Elizabeth Lait. 
Thomas son of Thomas & Rose Gardiner, 
Elizabeth daughter of William Hempsted. 
1729. May 7- John (Porch), f a foundling child. 

Thomas son of Thomas & Ann Bird. 
Christian daughter of John & Christian Dykes. 
Thomas son of Thomas & Mary Frost. 
Michael son of Michael & Hannah Houghton. 
Elizabeth daughter of James & Mary Frost. 

* The name is iii brackets in the original, and was probably giren to the child from its 
being found at the Park or Church gates. See also May 7, 1729.— S. H. A. H. 

tSee June 29, 1726, and note.— S. H. A. H. 



1728. 



Feb. 


12. 


Feb. 


24. 


April 


II. 


June 


29. 


Dec. 


28. 


Jan. 


6. 


March 


24. 


April 


4- 


April 


20. 


April 


27. 


May 


II. 


May 


18. 


May 


22. 


Nov. 


10. 


Jan. 


7- 


Feb. 


10. 


Feb. 


12. 


April 


II. 


June 


16. 


Nov. 


16. 


Jan. 


29. 


Feb. 


6. 


March 


3- 


(X 

May 


7- 


June 


20. 


June 


22. 


Oct. 


20. 


Dec. 


3- 


Jan. 


9- 



MORRiNGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



43 





Feb. 


19. 




Feb. 


ig. 


1730. 


April 


9- 




April 


17- 




May 


I. 




July 


5- 




Jan. 


28. 




Feb. 


25- 


1731- 


April 


6. 




April 


29. 




June 


8. 




July 


13- 




& 






Aug. 


10. 




Aug. 


24. 




& 






Jan. 


I. 




Jan. 


8. 




Feb. 


20. 




Feb. 


28. 




March 


22. 


1732. 


April 
May 
June 


3- 




July 


22. 




Sept. 






Oct. 


. 




Oct. 


. 




Jan. 


• 




Feb. 


. 


1733- 


April 


7- 




June 


19. 




Aug. 


I. 



Aug. 25. 



Edmund son of Thomas & Alice Willingham. 

John son of John & Mary Symonds. 

Priscilla daughter of Thomas & Priscilla Cornwall. 

Hannah daughter of Robert & Hannah Kendal. 

Isabella daughter of Hugh & Mary Spencer. 

Rose daughter of Thomas & Rose Gardiner. 

Timothy son of Samuel & Sarah Pond. 

George son of Richard & Elizabeth How. 

Robert son of Thomas & Elizabeth Pain. 

Thomas son of Thomas & Ann Pleasance. 

Potter son of William & Ann Frost. 

Richard son of John & Sarah Miller, 

Robert son of Robert & Hannah Kendal. 

Thomas son of Rev^ John Symonds & Mary his wife. 

William son of Richard & Jane Elsden, 

James son of John & Christian Dykes. 

Michael son of Michael & Hannah Howton. 

Susan daughter of John & Marial Sparrow. 

Robert son of Robert Brook & Rachel Willingham. 

Thomas son of Thomas & Mary Frost. 

Elizabeth child of William Daniel & Ehzabeth Brook. 

Mary daughter of James & Mary Frost. 

Sarah child of Thomas Till & Sarah How, both of Read. 

Mary daughter of Samuel and Sarah Pond. 

John son of William & Elizabeth Lait. 

Thomas son of Thomas & Ann Pleasance. 

Mary daughter of Thomas Davers Esq. & Catharine his wife. 

Ann daughter of William & Ann Frost. 

Delariviere daughter of Rev.^ John Symonds & Mary his 

wife. 
Hannah daughter of Joseph & Mary How. 
Roger son of Thomas & Elizabeth Pain. 
Hannah daughter of Robert & Hannah Kendal. 
Elizabeth daughter of Thomas & Priscilla Cornwell. 
John son of Thomas & Rose Gardner. 



44 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



1734- 



1735- 



1736. 



Sept. 


I. 


Feb. 


16. 


March 


25- 


June 


10. 


June 


14. 


June 


27. 


July 


6. 


July 


14. 


July 


25- 


Oct. 


5- 


Jan. 


12. 


Feb. 


15- 


March 


3- 


March 


8. 


April 


20. 


April 


24. 


April 


30. 


May 


26. 


June 


7- 


July 


3- 


Aug. 


21. 


Oct. 


16. 


Dec. 


II. 


Jan. 


27. 


Feb. 


12. 


March 


19. 


March 


26. 


May 


24. 


July 


17- 


Aug. 


7- 


Sept. 


9- 


Nov. 


5- 


Nov. 


29. 



Susan daughter of Robert & EHzabeth Daniel. 
John son of Thomas & Mary Frost. 
Robert son of William & Ann Frost. 
Rachel daughter of Thomas & Rachel Marchell. 
Mary daughter of Joseph & Mary How. 
Elizabeth daughter of Samuel & Sarah Pond. 
Frances daughter of James & Mary Frost. 
Elizabeth daughter of John & Marial Sparrow. 
James son of John & Mary Ottley. 

Elizabeth daughter of John & EHzabeth Hye of Thetford. 
John son of Rachel Willingham. 
John son of John & Margaret Hibble. 
Thomas son of Richard & Jane Elsden. 
Joseph son of Joseph & Elizabeth Hammond. 
James son of Robert & Hannah Greenwood. 
Thomas son of Robert & Hannah Kendal. 
IVIary daughter of Thomas Davers Esq. & Catharine his 

wife. 
John son of John & Mary Cook. 
Zachariah son of Joseph & Mary How. 
Elizabeth daughter of Thomas & Ann Pleasance. 
John son of Michael & Hannah Howton. 
William son of Thomas & Alice Willingham. 
William son of William & Ann Frost. 
EHzabeth child of Elizabeth Spicer. 
Mary daughter of John & Mary Brown. 
Samuel son of John & Mary Otley. 
John son of David & Margaret Hill. 
Thomas son of Thomas & Priscilla Cornwall. 
Jane daughter of John & Margaret Hibble. 
George son of Stephen & Hannah Sparrow. 
Samuel son of Samuel & Sarah Pond. 
Robert son of Robert & Hannah Greenwood. 
Henrietta daughter of Thomas Davers Esq. & Catharine his 

wife. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 45 



Abraham son of Giles & Sarah Tray. 
Mary daughter of Robert & Mary Jacob. 
Prances daughter of James & Mary Frost. 
Sarah daughter of John & Mary Cook. 

1737. April 2. Mary daughter of Thomas & Mary Frost. 
Joseph son of Joseph & Mary Cater. 
William son of William & Susan Holden. 
Edward son of Edward & Isabella Woodruff. 
Susan daughter of Samuel & Sarah Pond. 
John son of John & Mary Brown. 
Elizabeth daughter of William & Ann Frost. 
William son of William & Elizabeth Cater. 

1738. April 3. John son of Robert & Hannah Kendal. 
Abraham son of Thomas & Priscilla Cornwell. 
Sarah daughter of Thomas & Alice Willingham. 
James son of Michael & Hannah Howton. 
Martin son of William & Susan Holden. 
William son of John & Christian Dykes, 
William son of Thomas & Ann Pleasance. 
Mary daughter of Thomas Davers Esq. & Catharine his wife. 
Susan daughter of John & Mary Cook. 
Thomas son of Samuel & Sarah Firmin. 
William son of Joseph & Mary Cater. 

1739' July 12. Mary reputed the base child of Elizabeth Warden. 

John son of John & Elizabeth Swan. 

John son of William & Susan Holden. 

Samuel son of Samuel & Sarah Pond. 

Edmund son of James & Mary Frost. 

Thomas son of Thomas & Diana Seeker. 

Edmund son of William & Ann Frost. 

William son of William & Ann Layt. 

Valentine reputed the base child of Elizabeth Warden. 
1740. April 5. Elizabeth daughter of John & Mary Brown. 

John son of John & Ann Bray. 

John son of John & Mary King. 



Dec. 


2. 


Dec. 


10. 


Feb. 


25. 


Feb. 


28. 


April 


2. 


April 


17- 


May 


29. 


Aug. 


5- 


Nov. 


24. 


Nov. 


27. 


Dec. 


27. 


Jan. 


14. 


April 


3- 


April 


6. 


May 


5- 


May 


27. 


July 


20. 


Aug. 


6. 


Sept. 


17- 


Oct. 


16. 


Nov. 


5- 


Feb. 


I. 


Feb. 


20. 


July 


12. 


Aug. 


II. 


Aug. 


24. 


Oct. 


14. 


Jan. 


I. 


Feb. 


2. 


March 


9- 


March 


21. 


April 


5- 


April 


14. 


May 


15- 



46 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



William son of John & Elizabeth Wymock. 

Mary daughter of Thomas & Priscilla Cornwell. 

John son of Robert & Hannah Greenwood. 

Jane daughter of John & Mary Cook. 

Timothy & Ann, twin children of Samuel & Sarah Pond. 

James son of Joseph & Mary Cater. 

Elizabeth daughter of William & Abigail Peach. 

Edward son of Isaac & Mary Ely of Thurston. 

1741. May 17. Ehzabeth daughter of Robert & ]\Tary Jacob. 
Ann daughter of Charles Southgate. 
Diana daughter of Thomas & Diana Seeker. 
Thomas son of William & Susan Holden. 
Mary daughter of John & Mary King. 
Anna Maria daughter of the Rev^ Dr Symonds & Mary his 

wife. 
William son of John & Ann Bray. 
Charles reputed the base child of Catharine Mortlock. 

1742. March 26. William son of John & Mary Otley. 
Rebecca daughter of Thomas & Rose Gardner. 
Mary daughter of William & Ann Frost. 
Elizabeth daughter of Richard & Elizabeth Cobbin. 
Stephen son of Stephen & Mary Leader. 
Ann daughter of Samuel & Sarah Pond. 
William son of W^illiam & Abigail Peach. 
Mary daughter "of William & Ann James. 
Isabella daughter of Thomas Davers Esq. &. Catharine his 

wife. 
Henry son of Thomas & Diana Seeker. 
Hannah daughter of Thomas & Priscilla Cornell. 
1743- June 24. Sarah daughter of Edward & Mary Roffe. 
Robert son of Stephen & Mary Leder. 
Richard son of Richard & Elizabeth Cobing. 
William son of William & Ann Bunton. 
Mary daughter of Thomas & Mary Murton. 
Frances son of Joseph Si Mary Cater. 



May 


22. 


Oct. 


II. 


Jan. 


II. 


Feb. 


15- 


March 


2. 


March 


5- 


March 


13- 


March 


24. 


May 


17- 


June 


23- 


Sept. 


3- 


Nov. 


22. 


Jan. 


17- 


Feb. 


4- 


March 


I. 


March 


12. 


March 


26. 


June 


4- 


June 


8. 


July 


4- 


Aug. 


I. 


Oct. 


9- 


Oct. 


19. 


Jan. 


10. 


Jan. 


18. 


Jan. 


20. 


Jan. 


23- 


June 


24. 


July 


31- 


Sept. 


II. 


Sept. 


22. 


Sept. 


23- 


Sept. 


29. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



47 



Oct. 


2. 


Oct. 


8. 


Nov. 


6. 


Jan. 


13- 


Feb. 


12. 


& 




Feb. 


24. 


March 


I. 


March 


2. 


1744. April 


I. 


May 


22. 


June 


2. 


June 


3- 


July 


8. 


Aug. 


10. 


Sept. 


29. 


Sept. 


3°- 


Oct. 


27. 


Dec. 


28. 


Jan. 


26. 


Feb. 


17- 


1745. June 


8. 


June 


27. 


June 


29. 


July 


23- 


Sept. 


20. 


Oct. 


I. 


Oct. 


II. 


Oct. 


23- 


Jan. 


6. 


Feb. 


15- 


March 


14. 


1746. March 


29. 


July 


II. 


July 


27. 



Henrietta Maria daughter of John & Mary King. 

John & Jane, children of John & Elizabeth Brown. 

Thomas son of Nathanael & Margaret Atkins. 

Elizabeth daughter of William & Elizabeth Cater. 

Thomas son of John & Ann Bray, 

Martha daughter of Samuel & Sarah Pond. 

Thomas son of Thomas & Elizabeth Elsden. 

Mary daughter of John & Mary Cooper. 

Susan daughter of William & Ann James. 

John son of William & Ann Frost. 

Alice daughter of Thomas & Diana Seeker. 

Mary daughter of John & Elizabeth Swan. 

Joseph son of Joseph & Mary How. 

Charles son of Robert & Hannah Greenwood. 

Delariviere daughter of John & Rebecca Bunton. 

Susan daughter of William & Susan Lilly, 

Mary daughter of Michael & Hannah Houghton. 

Samuel son of George & Grace Avis. 

Thomas son of Charles & Sarah Southgate. 

Margaret & Mary daughters of Stephen & Mary Leader. 

Henry son of W^illiam & Abigail Peach. 

Samuel son of W^illiam & Susan Holden. 

Philip son of Thomas & Priscilla Cornwall. 

Edward son of Edward & Mary Roffe. 

Sarah daughter of Thomas & Diana Seeker. 

Elizabeth daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Elsden. 

Ann daughter of Able & Ann Newman. 

Thomas son of Joseph & Mary Cater. 

John son of John & Rebecca Bunting. 

Robert son of W^illiam & Ann James. 

Thomas son of Thomas & Mary Murton. 

John son of Richard & Elizabeth Cobbing. 

Henry son of William & Elizabeth Cater. 

Bridget daughter of Castell & Susan Goodchild. 

Mary daughter of George & Grace Avis. 



48 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



1747- 



William son of Charles & Sarah Southgatt. 

Sarah daughter of John & Mary Brown. 

Sarah reputed child of Sarah May. 

Elizabeth daughter of Stephen & Mary Leader, 

Abigail daughter of William & Abigail Peach. 

Timothy son of Samuel & Sarah Pond. 

Hannah daughter of Robert & Hannah Greenwood. 

Elizabeth daughter of Abel & Ann Newman. 

Mary daughter of Edward & Mary Roffe. 

Thomas son of Thomas & Elizabeth Frost. 

Francis son of John & Mary Cooper. 

Sarah daughter of William & Ann Frost. 

Francis son of Edward & Susan Drew. 

Susan daughter of William & Susan Holden. 

Thomas Coppinger son of Thomas Moyle Esq. & Sarah his 

wife. 
Sarah daughter of Thomas & Mary Merton. 
William Jermyn son of William & Ann Gallant. 
Grace daughter of John & Grace Avis, 
George William son of Constantine Phipps Esq. & Lepel his 

wife. 
Hannah daughter of Christopher & Susan Rosbrock, 
Stephen son of Stephen & Mary Leader. 
John son of John & Mary Cater. 
William son of William & Elizabeth Hempstead. 
Thomas son of William & Elizabeth Cater. 
Amy Claudia Susanna daughter of Henry & ? Argent. 
Abel son of Abel & Ann Newman. 
Elizabeth daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Frost. 
Mary daughter of Oliver & Mary Sparrow. 
John son of Edward & Susan Drew. 
John son of George & Grace Avis. 
Joseph son of William & Ann Gallant. 
Isabella daughter of Thomas & Sarah Moyle. 
Elizabeth daughter of John & Elizabeth Swan, 



748- 



Sept. 


21. 


Sept. 


27. 


Dec. 


7' 


Jan. 


18, 


& 




Jan. 


30- 


Feb. 


23- 


March 


20. 


March 


22. 


May 


16, 


June 


II, 


July 


30. 


Aug. 


27. 


Oct. 


4- 


Nov. 


23- 


Dec. 


ig. 


Jan. 


26. 


April 


6. 


Aug. 


6. 



Oct. 



& 



Oct. 


17- 


Nov. 


20. 


Dec. 


30' 


Jan. 


27. 


Feb. 


18. 


March 


6. 


1749. May 


6, 


June 


6. 


June 


13 


July 


31 


Aug. 


2, 



Sept. 27. 



HORRTNGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



49 



1750- 



Ann daughter of John & Mary Brown, 
Robert son of Wilham & Abigal Pache. 
Ann daughter of John & Ann Miller. 
Thomas son of Thomas & Elizabeth Elsden. 
Francis son of Robert & Hannah Greenwood. 
Charlotte daughter of Thomas & Mary Mutton. 
Catharine daughter of Francis & Jane Gooch. 
Thomas son of Stephen & Mary Leader. 
Robert son of Edward & Mary Roffe. 
Mary daughter of Robert & Mary Seaman. 
Samuel son of Samuel & Lydia Dearsly. 
Sarah daughter of Edmund & Sarah Payn. 
William son of William & Susan Holden. 
Elizabeth daughter of William & Elizabeth Hempstead. 
Mary daughter of Joseph & Mary Cater. 
Mary daughter of John & Rebecca Bunting, 
the year begins on Jan. i instead of March 25. S. H. A. H.) 



1751- 



1752. 



Oct. 


8. 


& 




Oct. 


30- 


Dec. 


22. 


Jan. 


23- 


Feb. 


2. 


March 


22. 


April 


I. 


April 


15- 


April 


22. 


June 


17- 


July 


8. 


Sept. 


23- 


Nov. 


3- 


Nov. 


4- 


Dec. 


30- 


(Henceforth 


Jan. 


II. 


Jan. 


12. 


& 




Feb. 


3- 


Feb. 


4- 


March 


29. 


April 


4- 


May 


2. 


May 


6. 


July 


20. 


July 


22. 


Dec. 


19. 


Dec. 


25- 


Dec. 


30- 


Feb. 


13- 


March 


29. 


April 


18. 


April 


20. 



Elizabeth daughter of William & Ann Gallant. 
Elizabeth daughter of John & Elizabeth Swan, 
Sarah daughter of Edward & Susan Drew. 
Mary daughter of Francis & Elizabeth Talbot. 
Mary daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Frost. 
Mary daughter of William & Elizabeth Cater. 
Elizabeth daughter of Samuel & Mary Turner. 
Henry son of Joseph & Susan Prick. 
Mary daughter of Giles & Mary Frost. 
Edmund child of Ann Winney. 
Sarah daughter of John & Ann Smith. 
William son of Samuel & Lydia Dearsley. 
Thomas child of Mary Hammond. 
John son of Stephen & Mary Leader. 
Thomas son of James & Katharine Finch. 
Martha daughter of John & Mary Brown. 
Mary daughter of John & Ann Miller. 
Thomas son of George & Grace Avis, 



50 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



May 


22. 


May 


29. 


June 


13- 


Aug. 


16. 


Aug. 


19. 


Oct. 


I. 


Nov. 


6. 


C753. Feb. 


4- 


April 


20. 


June 


24. 


July 


I. 


Aug. 


4- 


Sept. 


9- 


Sept. 


2. 


Oct. 


18. 


Nov. 


18. 


Dec. 


II. 


Dec. 


29. 


[754. Feb. 


10. 


Feb. 


17- 


Feb. 


18. 


Feb. 


19. 


March 


29. 


April 


25- 


May 


16. 


June 


23- 


June 


27. 


July 


21. 


Aug. 


5- 


Oct. 


I. 


Nov. 


II. 


Nov. 


17- 


Dec. 


6. 


Dec. 


16. 


1755- Jan. 


22. 



Thomas son of Thomas & Susan Allen. 

Charles son of Robert & Mary Simmons. 

Betty daughter of Edmund & Sarah Payn. 

Margaret daughter of William & Elizabeth Hempstead. 

Lyas son of Abel & Ann Numan. 

Charles son of Charles & Mary Vear. 

William son of Giles & Mary Frost. 

James son of James & Mary Marchil. 

John son of John & Ann Smith. 

Frances daughter of Thomas &. Elizabeth Frost. 

Mary daughter of Edward & Susan Drew. 

Hannah daughter of William & Ann Gardiner. 

Hannah daughter of William & Hannah Smith. 

Elizabeth daughter of James & Katherine Finch. 

John son of John & Mary Brooks. 

John Dearson son of John Dearson Miller & Ann his wife. 

Rose daughter of Joseph & Susan Prick. 

Abraham son of Richard & Susan Smith. 

Edmund son of Edmund & Sarah Willingham. 

Mary daughter of Robert & Mary Norman. 

Katherine daughter of Edmund & Sarah Payn. 

Margaret daughter of William & Elizabeth Hempstead. 

Elizabeth child of Mary Smith. 

Thomas son of Thomas & Alice Jackson. 

Elizabeth daughter of William & Elizabeth Cater. 

Humfrey & Frederick, sons of Charles & Mary Varow. 

Elizabeth child of Susan Bunting. 

William son of William & Ann Miller. 

W^illiam son of Edward & Mary Roffe. 

Martha daughter of Charles & Martha Abbot. 

Thomas son of John & Mary Brown. 

Alice daughter of Thomas & Mary Willingham. 

John son of William & Susan Osborn. 

William son of John & Susan Tweed. 

William son of John & Rebecca Bunting. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



51 



James son of James & Mary Marchil. 

James son of John & Ann Smith. 

John son of Thomas & Susan Allen. 

William son of William & Elizabeth Beleman. 

Giles son of Giles & Mary Frost. 

John son of John & Mary Thompson, 

Richard son of Richard & Susan Smith. 

George son of ye honourable & Rev^ Frederick Hervey & 

Elizabeth his wife. 
Jos2ph son of William & Hannah Smith. 
John son of Thomas & Elizabeth Frost. 
Robert son of Robert & Mary Norman. 
Sarah daughter of James & Sarah Haselwood. 
Richard son of Richard & Ann Crack. 
Samuel son of William & Elizabeth Hempstead. 
Mary daughter of Edmund & Sarah Payn. 
Elizabeth Sibbellar daughter of Rev^ William & Susannah 

Tong. 
Sarah daughter of William & Elizabeth Cater. 
Alice daughter of Joseph & Susan Prick. 
Thomas son of Edmund & Sarah Willingham. 
William son of William & Ann Miller. 
John son of William & Ann Miller. 
William son of John & Ann Smith. 
Mary daughter of Thomas & Mary Holden. 
Susan daughter of John & Susan Tweed. 
John Augustus son of ye Hon^e & Rev^ Frederick Hervey & 

Elizabeth his wife. 
Edmund son of Thomas & Mary Willingham. 
Elizabeth daughter of John & Ehzabeth Swan. 
Mary daughter of James & Mary Marchil. 
John son of William & Elizabeth Beleman. 
Susan daughter of Oliver & Mary Sparrow. 
Elizabeth daughter of Robert & Mary Norman. 
Joseph son of John & Mary Thomson. 



Feb. 


4- 


Feb. 


28. 


May 


29. 


June 


26. 


Aug. 


I. 


Sept. 


10. 


Sept. 


29. 


Oct. 


25- 


Nov. 


10. 


Nov. 


29. 


Dec. 


15- 


1756. Jan. 


18. 


March 


6. 


March 


12. 


March 


28. 


June 


13- 


July 


8. 


Sept. 


25- 


Oct. 


3- 


Oct. 


15- 


Oct. 


16. 


Oct. 


18. 


Oct. 


25- 


Nov. 


27. 


1757. Jan. 


29. 


March 


13- 


April 


25- 


May 


24. 


May 


29. 


June 


4- 


June 


5. 


July 


8. 



52 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



William son of Edward & Susan Drew. 

Phebe daughter of Richard & Susan Smith. 

Susannah Maria daughter of Rev^ M"" & Susannah Tong. 

Mary daughter of Edmund & Sarah Payn. 

James son of James & Sarah Haselwood. 

Mary daughter of Thomas & Mary Holden. 

Thomas son of Thomas & Martha Bedell. 

William son of Thomas & Elizabeth Frost. 

Elizabeth Christiana daughter of ye Hon^'« & Rev^ Frederick 

Hervey & Elizabeth his wife. 
Ann daughter of John & Elizabeth Swan. 
Thomas & William sons of Joseph & Susan Prick. 
John son of William & Elizabeth Hempsted. 
Elizabeth daughter of Joseph & Margaret Hammond. 
Ann daughter of William & Ann Miller. 
Margaret daughter of John & Susan Tweed. 
John son of Richard & Susan Smith. 
John son of Charles & Mary Varo. 
William son of John & Sarah Smith. 
Joseph son of James & Sarah Haselwood. 
Simon son of Ambrose & Mary Sale. 
Abram son of Thomas & Ann Richardson. 
John son of James & Mary Marchil. 
George son of William & Elizabeth Cater. 
Mary daughter of Thomas & Mary Willingham. 
Elizabeth daughter of William & Ann Polly. 
Nathanel son of Nathanel & Abigal Adkin. 
Almond & Frances, twin daughters of Robert & Mary 

Norman. 
Elizabeth daughter of William & Ehzabeth Hempsted. 
Benjamin son of Joseph & Susan Prick. 
Sarah daughter of Richard & Sarah Ablot. 
Elizabeth daughter of William & Elizabeth Billeman. 
William son of Edmond & Sarah Willingham. 
Joseph son of Joseph &. Margaret Hammond. 



July 


10. 


July 


7- 


Oct. 


13- 


Oct. 


22. 


1758. Jan. 


5- 


Feb. 


12. 


March 


21. 


March 


25- 


May 


13- 


May 


29. 


July 


28. 


Aug. 


13- 


Aug. 


14. 


Oct. 


15- 


Dec. 


17- 


1759. March 


25' 


May 


29. 


June 


24. 


July 


I. 


July 


15- 


Sept. 


16. 


Nov. 


II. 


Dec. 


16. 


Dec. 


27. 


1760. March 


16. 


March 


23- 


April 


I. 


April 


6. 


April 


13- 


April 


20. 


May 


II. 


May 


18. 



June 



I, 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



55 



1761. 



John child of Jane Heble. 

Sarah daughter of John & Susan Tweed. 

James son of Thomas & Ehzabeth Frost. 

Mary daughter of John & Mary Oswell. 

Ann daughter of Charles & Sary Rushbrook. 

Samuel son of Richard & Susan Smith. 

Susan daughter of Thomas & Sarah Houlden. 

Martha daughter of Thomas & Martha Bedell. 

Deborah daughter of William & Elizabeth Hempsted. 

Thomas son of John & Sarah Smyth. 

Frederick Clayton son of Frederick & Elizabeth Hervey. 

Robert reputed child of Susan Cook. 

Susan daughter of Thomas & Susan Allen. 

John son of John & Mary Adams. 

Edmund son of Edmund & Mary Pain. 

John son of Ambrose & Mary Seall. 

Mary daughter of James & Sarah Hazlewood. 

Isaac reputed child of Elizabeth Jacob. 

Edmund son of Robert & Mary Norman. 

Mary daughter of John & Susan Tweed. 

William son of Richard & Susan Smyth. 

Thomas son of Thomas & Ann Richarson. 

William son of Thomas & Mary Willingham. 

Rebecca daughter of John & Anne Rushbrook. 

Susan daughter of William & Susan Miller. 

Susan daughter of Nathaniel & Abigail Attkin, 

Sarah daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Frost. 

Elizabeth daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Sharp. 

Mary daughter of Joseph & Margaret Hammond, 

George Fuller reputed child of Elizabeth Pleasants. 

Ann daughter of John & Sarah Smith. 

W^illiam son of Robert & Sarah Frost. 

Mary daughter of William & Elizabeth Billman. 

Thomas Major son of Thomas & Mary Holden. 

John reputed child of Susan Herrington, 



1762. 



1763. 



June 


8. 


June 


II. 


July 


27. 


Sept. 


14. 


Oct. 


10. 


Nov. 


9- 


Dec. 


24. 


Feb. 


27. 


May 


24. 


June 


7- 


June 


29. 


Oct. 


4- 


Oct. 


18. 


Oct. 


25- 


Nov. 


15- 


Dec. 


25- 


Dec. 


27. 


Jan. 


10. 


Feb. 


24. 


March 


26. 


May 


I. 


May 


16. 


June 


24. 


July 


4- 


Aug. 


24. 


Oct. 


28. 


& 




Nov. 


5. 


Nov. 


8. 


Dec. 


25- 


Feb. 


16. 


March 


4- 


May 


8. 


June 


17- 


July 


I. 



S4 HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 

Mary daughter of John & Mary Cooper. 
Lucy daughter of Joshua & Jane Grigby. 
Edward son of WilHam & Mary Hempsted. 
Sarah daughter of John & Ann Rasbrook. 
EHzabeth daughter of Joseph & Susan Underwood. 
Susan daughter of Richard & Susan Smith. 
Robert son of Ambrose & Mary Sail. 
Joshua son of Wilham & Susan Miller. 
John son of Thomas & Martha Bedell. 

1764. Feb. 24. Elizabeth daughter of John & Elizabeth Bell. 
John son of James & Sarah Haslewood. 
Elizabeth daughter of Edmund & Sarah Willingham. 
Mary daughter of Francis & Mary Smith. 
John son of John & Susan Tweed. 

Martha daughter of Edmund & Mary Payne. 
Mary daughter of John & Mary Cooper. 
Stephen son of Isaac & Mary Brook. 
Charlotte daughter of William & Sarah Bray. 
John son of William & Martha Adams. 
George son of George & Sarah Challiss. 
John son of John & Mary Frost. 
Robert son of Robert & Ann Sutton. 

1765. Jan. 25. James son of Ambrose & Mary Sail. 
Kitty daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Frost. 
Charles son of Charles & Susan Rasbrook. 
John son of Thomas & Ann Richardson. 
Christopher son of Christopher & Elizabeth Rasbrook. 
Thomas son of Richard & Susan Smith. 
Elizabeth daughter of John & Sarah Smith. 
James son of Thomas & Elizabeth Bird. 
William son of Robert & Sarah Frost. 
Thomas son of Thomas & Elizabeth Sharp. 
Susan daughter of William & Susan Miller. 
Robert son of Richard & Elizabeth Smith. 
John son gf Francis & Mary Smith. 



July 


I. 


Aug. 


8. 


Aug. 


9- 


Sept. 


4- 


Sept. 


4- 


Oct. 


9- 


Oct. 


23- 


Oct. 


30. 


Nov. 


13- 


Feb. 


24. 


April 


8. 


April 


15- 


May 


6. 


June 


10. 


Aug. 


16. 


Sept. 


20. 


Sept. 


21. 


Oct. 


17- 


Nov. 


4- 


Nov. 


16. 


Dec. 


7- 


Dec. 


16. 


Jan. 


25- 


Feb. 


2. 


Feb. 


3- 


Feb. 


10. 


Feb. 


24. 


March 


17. 


March 


31- 


April 


7- 


May 


31- 


June 


16. 


July 


23- 


Sept. 


I. 


Oct. 


13- 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



55 



1766. 



1767. 



Dec. 


8. 


Dec. 


9- 


Dec. 


15- 


Dec. 


22. 


Jan. 


19. 


Jan, 


27. 


Feb. 


3- 


Feb. 


6. 


Feb. 


28. 


March 


I. 


March 


20. 


April 


27. 


May 


21. 


May 


25. 


June 


29. 


July 


8. 


July 


20. 


Sept. 


7- 


Sept. 


14. 


Sept. 


19. 


Nov. 


9- 


Dec. 


14. 


Dec. 


25- 


Jan. 


16. 


Jan. 


22. 


Feb. 


19. 


March 


25- 


April 


6. 


April 


15- 


June 


5- 


June 


7- 


July 


14. 


Aug. 


30. 


Sept. 


13- 



Thomas son of Robert & Mary Norman. 

James & Gardiner, sons of James & Rebecca How. 

Mary Margaret Elizabeth daughter of William & Mary 

Hempsted. 
Martha daughter of James & Martha Polle. 
Sarah daughter of William & Sarah Bray. 
Ann daughter of John & Elizabeth Bell. 
Mary daughter of William & Ann Polle. 
William son of Joseph- & Susan Underwood. 
Georgina Mary Caroline daughter of Andrew & Mary Fartier. 
Lucy daughter of Thomas & Ann Durrant. 
Sarah daughter of Thomas & Mary Holden. 
Sarah daughter of George & Sarah Challice. 
Elizabeth daughter of John & Elizabeth Bray. 
John son of William & Mary Evett. 
Jeremiah son of Christopher & Elizabeth Rashbrook. 
Mary daughter of John & Mary Frost. 
Edmund son of James & Martha Spolden. 
Thomas son of John & Susanna Tweed. 
Mary daughter of John & Mary Nun. 
Arabella daughter of Isaac & Mary Brookes. 
Samuel son of James & Mary Marshall. 
Joseph son of Joseph & Elizabeth Prick. 
John son of Thomas & Martha Beddell. 
Ann daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Sharp. 
Ann daughter of James & Sarah Haslewood. 
Samuel son of John & Sarah Smith. 
James son of George & Margaret Sparke. 
Robert son of Richard & Susanna Smith. 
Hannah daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Frost. 
Ann daughter of Robert & Sarah Frost. 
Betty daughter of John & Mary Cooper. 
Thomas son of John & Sarah Gardiner. 
Elizabeth daughter of Charles & Martha Levit. 
Ann daughter of William & Ann Lillie. 



56 



JlORRINGER REGlSTEkS.— BAPTISMS. 



1768. 



1769. 



20. 
I. 
22. 
29. 
II. 

IT- 
S' 
21. 

5- 
6. 



Sept. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

March 

March 

March 20. 

April 

April 

April 

May 

June 

July 

July 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Feb. 



I. 

10. 

17- 
22. 
12. 
24. 

25- 

14. 
20. 
27. 

4- 
7- 
8. 

12. 

29. 

SI- 
S' 



March 23. 

March 29. 

April 23. 

May 18. 

June 4. 

June 18. 

July 2. 



John son of Charles & Susan Rosbrook. 

Joseph son of John & Mary P>ost. 

John son of John & Elizabeth Bray. 

Mary daughter of William & Mary Hempsted. 

James son of James & Sarah Crack. 

Delaravier daughter of Thomas & Mary Willingham. 

Ann daughter of Thomas & Ann Orridge. 

Elizabeth daughter of Christopher & Elizabeth Rosbrook. 

Sarah daughter of John & Mary Nunn. 

Gardiner son of James & Rebecca How. 

Susan daughter of Joseph & Susan Underwood. 

John son of John & Constant Durrant. 

Sarah daughter of Richard & Elizabeth Smith. 

William son of Thomas & Ann Richardson. 

Catharine daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Bird. 

John son of Henry & Elizabeth Cater. 

Mary daughter of James & Martha Polle. 

Nancy daughter of Isaac & Mary Brookes. 

Peter son of Peter & Elizabeth Pask. 

Lydia daughter of William & Sarah Bray. 

Mary daughter of John & Mary Frost. 

William son of John & Sarah Mariah Gardiner. 

John son of Thomas & Ann Durrant. 

Mary daughter of John & Mary Adams. 

Ann Potter daughter of Robert & Sarah Frost. 

James son of Richard & Susanna Smith. 

William son of William & Susan Parsons. 

Hannah daughter of George & Sarah Challice. 

George son of Rev^ George & Elizabeth Rogers. 

Martha daughter of James & Martha Pitt. 

James son of Robert & Mary Norman. 

Augustus William son of Andrew & Mary Fartier. 

James son of John & Susan Tweed. 

Mary daughter of John & Sarah Smith. 

Ambrose son of James & Sarah Haslewood, 



HORRlNGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



57 



1770. 



1771. 



July 


23- 


Sept. 


24. 


Oct. 


8. 


& 




Oct. 


15- 


& 




Nov. 


II. 


Nov. 


19. 


Nov. 


26. 


Dec. 


II. 


Jan. 


7- 


& 




Jan. 


15- 


Feb. 


21. 


Feb. 


24. 


Feb. 


25- 


March 


I. 


April 


I. 


April 


8. 


May 


20. 


June 


3- 


June 


4- 


June 


6. 


June 


6. 


July 


22. 


Aug. 


3- 


Aug. 


5- 


Oct. 


21. 


Nov. 


19. 


Nov. 


26. 


Dec. 


2. 


Dec. 


9- 


March 


3- 


March 


17- 


March 


26. 



Mary daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Sharpe. 

Sarah daughter of James & Martha Spolden. 

William son of Ambrose & Mary Sale, 

Charles child of Mary Fuller. 

Mary daughter of John & Elizabeth Bray, 

Hannah daughter of Christopher and Ehzabeth Rosbrook. 

Richard reputed child of Sarah Death. 

Mary daughter of Thomas & Martha Beddell. 

Thomas son of John & Mary Frost. 

Edmund son of Edmund & Elizabeth Nunn. 

William son of Henry & Elizabeth Cater, 

John son of John & Mary Nunn. 

Rose daughter of James & Rebecca How. 

Sarah daughter of Thomas & Ann Richardson. 

Sarah daughter of James & Mary Marshall. 

Sarah daughter of Joseph & Susan Underwood. 

William son of Isaac & Mary Brookes. 

Micah reputed child of Mary Boram. 

Mary daughter of John & Mary Holden. 

William son of William & Ann Lillie. 

Elizabeth daughter of James & Martha Polle. 

Susan daughter of Thomas & Ehzabeth Frost. 

Elizabeth daughter of Rev^ George & Elizabeth Rogers. 

John son of John & Sarah Frost. 

Mary daughter of John & Sarah Browne. 

Daniel son of William & Susan Parsons. 

Thomas son of Thomas & Hannah Frost. 

Edward son of William & Mary Hempsted. 

John & Thomas, twin sons of James & Sarah Crack. 

Charlotte child of Elizabeth Pear. 

William son of John & Mary Frost. 

William son of William & Sarah Bray. 

John son of James & Rebecca How. 

Ambrose son of James & Sarah Haslewood. 

John son of John & Sarah Gardiner, 



s^ 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.-BAPTISMS. 



1772. 



1773- 



March 


26. 


May 


19. 


June 


9- 


June 


I. 


June 


15- 


June 


16. 


Aug. 


II. 


Sept. 


22. 


Oct. 


I. 


Nov. 


14. 


Nov. 


23- 


Dec. 


16. 


Feb. 


3- 


Feb. 


II. 


Feb. 


29. 


March 


20. 


March 


28. 


March 


28. 


March 


29. 


April 


24. 


April 


26. 


May 


10. 


May 


17- 


June 


22. 


Aug. 


23- 


& 




Sept. 


6. 


Nov. 


9- 


Nov. 


22. 


Dec. 


27. 


Jan. 


31- 


March 


2. 


March 


31- 


April 


4- 



EHzabeth daughter of William & Susan Ransom. 
Sarah & Ann daughters of John & Mary Cooper. 
James son of James & Rebecca Pitt. 
John & William, twin sons of George & Sarah Challice. 
Robin son of Christopher & Elizabeth Rosbrook. 
Samuel son of John & Mary Adams. 
Elizabeth daughter of John & Elizabeth Bray. 
Weaker son of John & Susan Tweed. 
Sarah daughter of William & Sarah Adams. 
William son of W^illiam & Sarah Frost. 
Thomas son of Henry & Elizabeth Cater. 
Robert son of Robert & Elizabeth Hitchcock. 
Richard son of Edmund & Elizabeth Nunn. 
Mary daughter of Thomas & Mary Orridge. 
Ann daughter of John & Mary Nunn. 
Peter son of Rev^ George & Elizabeth Rogers. 
John son of John & Sarah Browne. 
John & William, twin sons of Robert & Mary Norman. 
Sarah daughter of Ambrose & Mary Sale. 
William son of Isaac & Mary Brookes. 
Susan daughter of Wilham & Ann Lilly. 
James son of James & Martha Polly, 
George son of Richard & Susan Smith. 
Francis son of Richard & Elizabeth Smith. 
Edmund son of James & Martha Spolden, 
James son of Thomas & Martha Bedell. 
Elizabeth daughter of John & Elizabeth Downing. 
Susan daughter of William & Susan Parsons. 
Abraham son of John & Sarah Smith. 
Ann daughter of John & Mary Frost. 
William son of Christopher & Elizabeth Rosbrook. 
Sarah daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Sharpe. 
Grace daughter of Robert & Elizabeth Hitchcock. 
Edward, Francis & William, sons of Edward & EHzabeth 
Drew, were all born on April 4 and baptized the same day. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.-BAPTISMS. 



59 



Ann daughter of William & Sarah Bray. 

Isaac son of Thomas & Ann Richardson. 

Ann daughter of Henry & Elizabeth Cater. 

Elizabeth daughter of James & Sarah Crack. 

Ann daughter of John & Mary Cooper. 

Isaac son of John & Elizabeth Bray. 

William son of James & Sarah Haslewood. 

Ann child of Tammatha Wright. 

Frances child of Mary Fuller. 

Susan daughter of George & Sarah Challice. 

Mary child of Mary Frost, 

James son of James & Hannah Otley. 

William son of John & Mary Adams. 

Rose Ann daughter of James & Rebecca Howe. 

1774. March 29. Edward son of Rev.^ George & Elizabeth Rogers. 
Arthur John son of Isaac & Mary Brookes. 
Betty daughter of William & Ann Lilly. 
John son of John & Mary Swan. 
George William son of John & Elizabeth Downing. 
Susan daughter of John & Mary Frost. 
Sarah daughter of William & Susan Parsons. 
William son of Edward & Elizabeth Nunn. 
Sarah daughter of William & Sarah Frost. 
William son of Robert & Mary Norman. 
Ezra son of Joseph & Susan Underwood. 
Rose daughter of John & Sarah Gardiner. 

1775. Jan. 15. Jonathan son of Thomas & Martha Beddell. 
James & Susan, children of WilHam & Mary Polly. 
Hannah daughter of James & Hannah Ottley. 
Charles son of John & Mary Holden. 
Robert son of John & Mary Spolden. 
Charles son of Henry & Elizabeth Cater. 
James son of Thomas & Mary Sparkes. 
Frederick son of James & Rebecca How. 
George son of Edward Drew jun & Elizabeth his wifci 



April 


II, 


May 


2 


May 


2, 


May 


23- 


June 


6. 


June 


13- 


July 


4- 


Sept. 


4- 


Sept. 


26. 


Nov. 


14. 


Dec. 


8. 


Dec. 


12. 


Dec. 


13- 


March 


29. 


April 


21. 


June 


19. 


June 


24. 


July 


3- 


July 


17- 


July . 


31- 


Aug. 


10. 


Sept. 


10. 


Nov. 


18. 


Nov. 


21. 


Dec. 


23- 


Jan. 


15- 


Jan. 


29. 


Feb. 


2. 


Feb. 


14. 


March 


7- 


April 


4- 


April 


5- 


June 


5- 


June 


6. 



6o 



MORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



Mary daughter of James & Rebecca Pitt. 
Susan daughter of John & EHzabeth Bray. 
Ann daughter of Thomas & Ann Richardson. 
Thomas son of Thomas & EHzabeth Alvis. 
John & Mary Lilly, twin children of John & Ann Adams. 
Ann daughter of James & Martha Spolding. 
Ann daughter of John & Sarah Browne. 
William son of George & Abigail Challice. 
Lydia daughter of Richard & Elizabeth Smith. 
John son of Christopher & Elizabeth Rosbrook. 
William son of William & Elizabeth Hempsted. 
Alice daughter of John & Sarah Smith. 
Thomas son of William & Sarah Bray. 
Thomas son of John & Mary Frost. Feb. 2." 
Thomas son of Rev. George & Elizabeth Rogers. Feb. 10. 
Sarah daughter of James & Sarah Crack. Dec. 13, 1775. 
Tabitha daughter of John & Elizabeth Brewster. 
Mary daughter of James & Elizabeth Bull. 
William son of William & Sarah Frost. June g. 
Mary daughter of Edmund & Mary Willingham. 
Betty daughter of William & Ann Lyng. July 12. 
Joseph child of Mary Fuller. July 7. 
John son of Edmund & Elizabeth Nunn. July 7. 
Anthony Salt child of Mary Payne. 
Mary daughter of William & Mary Polley. July 23. 
Elizabeth daughter of John & Mary Nunn. Aug. 14. 
Henry son of William & Sarah Adams. Nov. 2. 
Mary daughter of Richard & Ann Adams. Nov. 2. 
Richard son of Thomas & Mary Spark. Nov. 14. 
John son of William & Ann Lilly, 
Samuel son of Robert & Elizabeth Hitchcock. Jan. 5. 
Thomas son of James & Hannah Otley. Jan. 2. 
Elizabeth daughter of John & Susanna Tweed. Jan. 11. 
Mary daughter of Joseph & Susan Underwood. Feb. 3. 
end of the eatry is the date of birth.—S. H, A. H, 



June 


12. 


June 


24. 


July 


16. 


Aug. 


3- 


Aug. 


16. 


Aug. 


27. 


Sept. 


3- 


Oct. 


I. 


Oct. 


15- 


Oct. 


29. 


Nov. 


5- 


Nov. 


15- 


Dec. 


17- 


1776. Feb. 


9. 


Feb. 


14. 


March 


22. 


May 


5- 


May 


9- 


June 


10. 


June 


16. 


July 


12. 


July 


14. 


July 


16. 


July 


21. 


Aug. 


4- 


Sept. 


I. 


Nov. 


2. 


Nov. 


2. 


Nov. 


16. 


Dec. 


20. 


1777. Jan. 


17- 


Jan. 


10. 


Jan. 


20. 


Feb. 


6. 


• The date at the 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



6i 



Elizabeth daughter of Henry & EHzabeth Cater. March 2. 
Lucy daughter of Rev. George & Ehzabeth Rogers. March 6. 
George son of Thomas & Ehzabeth Avis. March 3. 
EHzabeth daughter of John & Mary Spolding. April 16. 
John son of John & Susan Warren. April 28. 
Ann daughter of James & Ann Copsey. April 25. 
Thomas son of James & Rebecca How. 
Thomas son of Thomas & Ann Orridge. June 24. 
Frances daughter of Thomas & Frances Frost. July 15. 
William son of Thomas & Mary Cater. Aug. 10. 
Mary daughter of William & Susan Parsons. July 30. 
James son of John & Mary Frost. Aug. 6. 
Lewis son of Christopher & Elizabeth Rosbrook. Aug. 28. 
William son of W^illiam & Mary Candler. Sept. 22. 
John son of John & Dillarivier Rolfe. Oct. 18. 
John child of Mary Moore. Oct. 28. 
William son of William & Elizabeth Ambrose. 
Frances child of Frances Frost. Jan. 14. 
Susan daughter of John & Sarah Browne. * 

Mary daughter of Samuel & Elizabeth Avis. April 4. 
Sarah daughter of John & Elizabeth Brewster. May i. 
Susan child of Susan Garrard. May 14. 
Susan daughter of W^illiam & Ann Lyng. 
Joseph son of Joseph & Lydia Holt. May 24. 
Elizabeth daughter of James & Sarah Hazlewood. June 2. 
Edmund son of Edmund & Mary Willingham. May ig. 
William son of Jeremiah & Sarah Ashman. 
Edward son of Edward & Elizabeth Drew. Aug. g. 
Mary Willingham child of Ann Death. 
Michael son of James & Sarah Crack. Sept. i. 
William son of Thomas & Ann Orridge. Dec. 4. 
James son of James & Ann Copsey. Dec. 18. 
John son of Robert & Elizabeth Hitchcock. Jan. 8. 
Thomas son of Isaac & Mary Brookes. Jan. 24. 
Rebecca daughter of John & Susan Tweed. March 6, 



March 


5- 


March 


12. 


March 


30- 


April 


21. 


April 


28. 


June 


8. 


June 


23- 


June 


24. 


July 


ig. 


Aug. 


12. 


Aug. 


17- 


Aug. 


17- 


Aug. 


28. 


Sept. 


22. 


Oct. 


18. 


Oct. 


28. 


Nov. 


16. 


1778. Jan. 


15- 


Feb. 


II. 


April 


ig. 


May 


2. 


May 


16. 


May 


24. 


May 


24. 


June 


12. 


June 


21. 


July 


7- 


Aug. 


II. 


Sept. 


5- 


Sept. 


18. 


Dec. 


5- 


Dec. 


ig. 


1779- Jan. 


9- 


Feb. 


16. 


March 


8. 



62 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



1780. 



July 24. 



John son of John & Mary Underwood. March 18. 
Henry son of Henry & EHzabeth Cater. March 20. 
Mary daughter of WilHam & Sarah Frost. 
William son of John & Mary Nunn. Dec. 2, 1778. 
Joseph son of William & Mary Policy. March 31. 
Sarah daughter of William & Sarah Frost. May 4. 
Sarah daughter of Richard & Ann Adams. June 12. 
James son of Rev. George & Elizabeth Rogers. June 12. 
Mary daughter of Thomas & Mary Sparke. 
Ann daughter of W' illiam & Elizabeth Ambrose 
William son of John & Susan Warren. Aug. 29. 
Mary daughter of John & Mary Frost. Sept. 11. 
James son of John & Dillarivier Rolfe. Sept. 6. 
John son of Thomas & Frances Frost. Sept. 27. 
Susan daughter of William & Mary Goldsmith, 
Alice daughter of William & Alice Parsons. Oct 
Lewis son of Christopher & Elizabeth Rosbrook. 
Sophy daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Avis. Nov 
Sarah daughter of Thomas & Sarah Mason. Dec. 23. 
Mary daughter of Samuel & Elizabeth Avis. Feb. 20. 
Mary daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Lyng. Feb. 21. 
Ann daughter of William & Ann Coe. March 20. 
John son of Thomas & Mary Bannock. March 31. 
Henry son of Thomas & Mary Cater. March 14. 
Susanna daughter of William & Susanna Bray. April 5. 
Lucinda daughter of Isaac & Mary Brookes. 
Sarah child of Martha Golding. June 2. 
John son of John & Sarah Avis. July ig. 
Alice daughter of Edmund & Alice Willingham. 
Charlotte daughter of John & Mary Cooper. 
Mary daughter of Edmund & Alice Willingham. 
William son of William & Elizabeth Willingham 
James son of James & Susan Ramplin. Dec. 23. 
Robert son of James & Ann Copsey. Dec. 29, 1780 
William son of John & Mary Wymock. Jan. 29. 



1781. 



March 


22. 


March 


23- 


April 


I. 


April 


4- 


April 


II. 


May 


6. 


June 


14. 


June 


19. 


June 


27. 


Aug. 


15- 


Sept. 


I. 


Sept. 


19. 


Sept. 


19. 


Sept. 


28. 


Oct. 


6. 


Oct. 


8. 


Oct. 


24. 


Nov. 


II. 


Dec. 


29. 


Feb. 


21. 


Feb. 


24. 


March 


21. 


April 


I. 


April 


2. 


April 


18. 


May 


18. 


June 


II. 


July 


24. 


Oct. 


4- 


Oct. 


25- 


Nov. 


12. 


Nov. 


12. 


Dec. 


31- 


Jan. 


14. 


Jan. 


30. 



Sept. 18. 
• 5- 



II. 



Oct. 4. 

Oct. 23. 

Nov. 7. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



63 



Martha child of Susan Dew. March 10. 

Charles son of Christopher & Elizabeth Rosbrook. March 3. 

William son of Thomas & Francis Frost. March 19. 

Mary daughter of John & Elizabeth Brewster. March 29. 

Elizabeth daughter of William & Elizabeth Ambrose. May 21. 

Elizabeth daughter of William & Mary Policy. Feb. 28. 

Christopher son of John & Mary Underwood. July 15. 

Elizabeth daughter of Thomas & Alice Richardson. July 12. 

John son of William & Alice Parsons. July 28. 

John son of William & Mary Goldsmith. July 22. 

Robert son of John & Sarah Avis. July 24. 

Ann daughter of W^illiam & Mary Lyng. July 23. 

George William son of Ann Lilly. Aug. 11. 

Ann daughter of Joseph & Susan Underwood. Oct. 26. 

Mary daughter of John Dearson & Mary Miller. Oct. 19. 

Mary child of Mary Sharpe. Nov. 20. 

Robert son of James & Ann Copsey. Dec. 12. 

Robert son of Rev. George & Elizabeth Rogers. Jan. 9. 

Sarah child of Mary Cooper. Jan. ig. 

Mary daughter of Henry & Elizabeth Cater. Jan. 22. 

Frances daughter of Samuel & Susan Evered. Jan. 18. 

John & William, twin sons of William & Mary Pettit. Feb. 11. 

Mary Anne daughter of Thomas & Mary Bannock. March i. 

Thomas son of William & Sarah Frost. March 27. 

Sarah daughter of Samuel & Elizabeth Avis. ? 13. 

Rebecca daughter of John & Sarah Avis. April 16. 

Mary Ann daughter of Joseph & Elizabeth Prick. April 17. 

Joseph son of Edmund & Elizabeth Nunn. 

Dillariviere daughter of John & Sarah Brown. April 28. 

Ann daughter of Richard & Ann Adams. June 8. 

Elizabeth child of Elizabeth Marton. Dec. 25, 1781, 

Susan daughter of James & Phoebe Lyng. June 11. 

Edmund son of WilHam & Elizabeth Willingham. Aug. 15. 

Elizabeth daughter of John & Sarah Marchill. 

Mary daughter of Edmund & Alice Willingham. Sept. 28. 



1782. 



March 


13' 


March 


18. 


March 


22, 


April 


15 


June 


C 


June 


II, 


July 


25- 


July 


29. 


July 


30. 


Aug. 


2, 


Aug. 


6. 


Aug. 


5- 


Aug. 


26. 


Nov. 


I. 


Nov. 


I. 


Dec. 


2. 


Dec. 


15- 


Jan. 


12. 


Jan. 


20, 


Jan. 


23- 


Feb. 


I. 


Feb. 


12. 


March 


I. 


March 


27, 


? 


19, 


April 


20. 


April 


26, 


May 


7- 


May 


19. 


June 


9- 


June 


9- 


June 


15- 


Aug. 


25. 


Sept. 


5- 


Oct. 


3- 



64 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



Nov. 27. 

Dec. 22. 

1783. Jan. 12. 

Feb. 16. 

Feb. 21. 

March 4. 

April — . 

April 27. 

May II. 

June I. 

June 5. 

June 9. 



1784. 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Feb. 



13- 

24. 
24. 
14. 
22. 
28. 
19. 



1785. 



March 24. 

April 

April 

April 

May 

May 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

March 

April 

April 



9- 
II. 
24. 
18. 
20. 

3- 

8. 
28. 
10. 

17- 
28. 
20. 
21. 
22. 



Mary daughter of John & Mary Spolden. Nov. 21. 
Elizabeth daughter of Edmund & Mary Willingham. Dec. 5. 
Benjamin son of Thomas & Sarah Mason. Dec. 19, 1782. 
Sarah daughter of John & Elizabeth Brewster. Jan. 14. 
Ann daughter of William & Mary Policy. 
John son of Thomas & Mary Cater. March 3. 
Elizabeth daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Ling. 
Susan daughter of James & Susan Ramplin. April 11, 
William son of William & Ann Lyng. May 3. 
James son of Charles & Mary Corston. May 5. 
Elizabeth daughter of William & Mary Layt. 
Martha Maria daughter of Rev. George & Elizabeth Rogers, 

born June 7. 
Edward son of Thomas & Ann Orange. 
Thomas posthumous child of William & Susan Bray. 
William son of Thomas & Ann Byford. Nov. 24. 
Henry Brunning child of Elizabeth Willingham. 
Jonathan Waller son of John & Sarah Marshall. Dec. 8. 
Sarah daughter of John Dearson & Mary Meller. Dec. 17. 
Sarah daughter of William & Mary Policy. 
Elizabeth daughter of George & Elizabeth Holden. March 24. 
Hannah daughter of Henry & Elizabeth Cater. April 4. 
Francis Henry son of Thomas & Mary Bannock. April 7. 
Mary daughter of James & Ann Copsey. April 10. 
Thomas son of William & Alice Parsons. May 9. 
EHzabeth daughter of Anthony & Elizabeth Crick. May 15. 
Mary daughter of Thomas & Frances Frost. Aug. i. 
Sarah daughter of Joseph & Sarah Farrance. 
George son of George & Matthew Cater. Aug. 26. 
Charles son of Charles & Alice Ward. Sept. 16. 
Thomas son of William & Elizabeth Willingham. Oct. 15. 
Elizabeth daughter of James & Hannah Otley. Oct. 14. 
William son of Richard & Elizabeth Smith. 
Rebecca daughter of James & Rebecca Howe. April 12. 
Susan daughter of John & Elizabeth Brewster. April 15. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 65 

April 24. Elizabeth daughter of Thomas & Sarah Mason. April 10. 
Sarah daughter of William & Ann Ling. March 22. 
Mary & Frances, twin daughters of Thomas & Ann Byford. 
Ann daughter of John & Ann Frost. May 4. 
Thomas son of Edmund & Mary Willingham. June 21. 
William son of John & Sarah Alvis. June 23. 
Henry son of Charles & Susan Coe. 
Sophia daughter of John & Sarah Marshall. June 23. 
George son of George & Elizabeth Holden. 
Ann daughter of Richard & Ann Adams. 
Francis William son of Edward & Elizabeth Drew. Nov. 

10, 1783. 
John Dearson son of John Dearson & Mary Miller. 
Robert son of Abigail Wilden. 
Robert son of William & Mary Polly. 

1786. Jan. g. Susan daughter of Anthony & Elizabeth Crick. 
Thomas son of Thomas & Mary Cater. 
Susan daughter of Thomas & Susan Last. 
Ann daughter of Henry & Elizabeth Cater, 
Elizabeth daughter of Henry & Mary Everard. 
Delariviere daughter of Edmund & Alice Willingham. 
Robert son of John & Mary Spalding. 
William son of Samuel & Elizabeth Alvis. 
Anna Maria daughter of Thomas & Mary Bannock. 
James son of Charles & Mary Cawston. 
Martha daughter of George & Martha Cater. 
James son of John & Delariviere Rolfe. 
Alice daughter of Charles & Alice Ward. 
Maria daughter of John & Elizabeth Adkin. 
Ann daughter of Thomas & Sarah Mason. 

1787. Jan. 16. George son of John & Sarah Alvis. 
Susan daughter of George & Elizabeth Holden. 
George son of Henry & Elizabeth Cater. 
Charles son of Richard & Elizabeth Sparrow. 
Rose daughter of John & Elizabeth Brewster, • • 



May 


8. 


June 


IT- 


July 


S' 


July 


3- 


July 


4- 


Aug. 


5- 


Aug. 


9- 


Aug. 


14. 


Aug. 


14. 


Nov. 


3- 


Nov. 


16. 


Nov. 


20. 


Dec. 


26. 


Jan. 


9- 


Jan. 


29. 


Feb. 


7- 


Feb. 


28. 


May 


30- 


June 


4- 


June 


IS- 


June 


IS- 


June 


16. 


June 


18. 


July 


8. 


July 


22. 


Aug. 


30- 


Nov. 


18. 


Nov. 


26. 


Jan. 


16. 


Feb. 


20. 


May 


3- 


May 


17- 


May 


20. 



66 



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1789. 



May 


20. 


July 


29. 


Aug. 


19. 


Sept. 


16. 


Sept. 


30- 


Oct. 


21. 


Dec. 


3- 


Dec. 


25- 


April 


8. 


April 


8. 


May 


13- 


May 


18. 


May 


18. 


May 


19. 


May 


25- 


May 


25. 


June 


4- 


Aug. 


10. 


Aug. 


17- 


Aug. 


17- 


Aug. 


24. 


Aug. 


31- 


Sept. 


23- 


Sept. 


21. 


Nov. 


30- 


Feb. 


18. 


Feb. 


18. 


April 


12. 


April 


19. 


April 


21. 


May 


3- 


May 


27. 


June 


14. 


June 


15- 


July 


5' 



Sarah daughter of William & Elizabeth Willingham. 

Thomas & Mary, children of George & Martha Cater. 

William son of John & Catharine Death. 

Mary daughter of Margarett Daines. 

Thomas son of Richard & Elizabeth Smith. 

Sarah daughter of Christopher & Elizabeth Rosbrook. 

Mary daughter of John & Mary Ellis. 

Mary Ann daughter of Anthony & Elizabeth Crick. 

Ann daughter of Robert & Dorcas East. 

Francis son of Edward & Elizabeth Drew. 

Lucy daughter of W^illiam & Mary Goldsmith. 

Mary daughter of James & Sarah Norton. 

Joseph son of Joseph & Sarah Farrance. 

Maria daughter of W'illiam & Alice Pearson. 

Delariviere daughter of Edmund & Mary Willingham. 

William son of Thomas & Elizabeth Ling. 

Thomas son of Thomas & Susan Last. 

Edmund son of Charles & Alice Ward. 

John son of John & Mary Goldson. 

Robert son of John & Mary Spalding. 

Elizabeth daughter of Mary Beddle. 

George son of John & Delariviere Rolfe. 

Sarah daughter of John & Sarah Marshall. 

Martha daughter of Richard & Elizabeth Butcher. 

John son of Mary Rowland. 

John son of John & Mary Marking. 

Hannah daughter of John & Elizabeth Brewster. 

John son of John & Catharine Death. 

John son of John & Sarah King. 

Caroline More daughter of Ann Smith. 

George John son of George & Elizabeth Lanham. 

Elizabeth daughte»of Edward & Elizabeth (Cooper) Drew. 

Lucy daughter of Ann Lofts. 

Robert son of Robert & Dorcas (Rudling) East. 

Edmund son of Edmund Si Alice (Goodchild) Willingham. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.-BAPTISMS. 



67 



1790. 



1791. 



July II. 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 



29. 

28. 
I. 

24. 

10. 

25- 
4- 
4- 
6. 



Feb. 22. 
Feb. 27. 

March 3. 
March 7. 
March 14. 

II. 

16. 

16. 

5. 

8. 
10. 
10. 
24. 
22. 
23- 

23- 

26. 



April 

June 

June 

July 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

March 10. 

March 26. 

March 31. 

April 17. 

June i8. 



Mary daughter of Thomas & Sarah (Moss) Mason. 

Martha daughter of Richard & Elizabeth (Pawsey) Sparrow. 

Thomas son of the late John Ward & Ann (Spink) his wife. 

James son of Thomas & Mary (Sparrow) Cater. 

Stephen son of George & Catharine (Smith) Knock. 
John son of John & Mary (Garwood) Ellis. 

Frances daughter of John & Mary (Clark) Spalding. 

John son of John & Elizabeth (Smith) Adkin. 

Edward son of Charles & Alice (Willingham) Ward. 

Edmund son of William & Elizabeth (Layt) Willingham. 

Delariviere daughter of Edmund & Mary (Bunting) 
Willingham. 

Ann daughter of Henry & Elizabeth (Mahew) Cater. 

John & Mary, twin children of John & Mary (Wallace) 

Goldson. 
Ann daughter of Samuel & Elizabeth (Pear) Alvis. 
John son of John & Elizabeth (Pattle) Brewster. 
John son of Elizabeth Cooper. 

Sarah daughter of John & Mary (Humphry) Marshall. 
Alice daughter of Edward & Elizabeth (Cooper) Drew. 
William son of George & Martha (Beddle) Cater. 
Robert son of Ann Frost. 

Isaac Cropley son of John & Delariviere (Bunting) Rolfe. 
Bet daughter of Richard & Elizabeth (Clarke) Butcher. 
Mary Ann daughter of Joseph & Sarah (Deed) Farrance. 
Susan daughter of Charles & Susan (Page) Coe. 
Mary daughter of John & Catharine (Frost) Death. 
William son of William & Ann (Nunn) Ling. Jan. 1788. 

Thomas son of William & Ann (Nunn) Ling. 
Mary daughter of John & Sarah (Garnham) Billerman. 
Isaac & Robert, twins of John & Mary (Baker) Marking. 
John son of William & Elizabeth (Layt) Willingham. 
Alicia daughter of George & Elizabeth (Lyes) Lanham. 
Ehzabeth Canham daughter of Elizabeth Davy. 
Thomas son of John & Mary (Wallace) Goldson. 



68 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



July 


13- 


July 


31' 


Sept. 


18. 


Sept. 


22. 


Sept. 


29. 


Oct. 


18. 


Dec. 


3- 


1792. Jan. 


31- 


March 


13- 


March 


29. 


April 


I. 


April 


15- 


June 


I. 


June 


6. 


June 


22. 


July 


I. 


Nov. 


4- 


1793. Jan. 


13- 


Jan. 


27. 


Feb. 


3- 


Feb. 


7- 


April 


17- 


April 


28. 


June 


9- 


June 


29. 


Sept. 


23- 


Oct. 


13- 


Oct. 


17- 


Dec. 


12. 


1794. Jan. 


5- 


Jan. 


5- 


Feb. 


20. 


Feb. 


23- 


April 


3- 


May 


18. 



William son of Thomas & Mary (Jackson) Bannock. 

Daniel son of John & Mary (Garwood) Ellis. 

George son of George & Catharine (Smith) Knock. 

Mary daughter of James & Mary (Eagle) Goodchild. 

George son of John & Ann (Rosbrook) Cockle. 

Susan daughter of James & Ann (Howe) Copsey. 

James son of John & Mary (Clark) Spalding. 

William son of George & Elizabeth (Grice) Root. 

Thomas son of John & Sarah (Bray) King. 

Charles son of John & Elizabeth (Pattle) Brewster. 

John & Mary twins of William & Dorothy (Reed) Richardson. 

John son of Thomas & Ann (Bird) Byford. 

Lucy daughter of William & Alice (Prick) Pearsons, 

Mary Ann daughter of William & Hannah (Griggs) Lilly. 

William son of Thomas & Susan (Cutmore) Last. 

Charlotte daughter of John & Elizabeth (Smith) Atkin. 

George son of William & Mary (Hempsted) Emmett. 

Susan daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth (Nunn) Lyng. 

John son of Charles & Alice (Willingham) Ward. 

George son of Sarah Spalding. 

Elizabeth daughter of John & Catharine (Frost) Death. 

William son of William & Sarah (Richardson) Seal. 

George son of George & Elizabeth (Lyes) Lanham. 

Martha daughter of George & Martha (Beddle) Cater. 

Elisabeth daughter of George & Elisabeth (Grice) Root. 

Mary daughter of Mary Beddle. 

Ann daughter of Joseph & Sarah (Cooper) Prick. 

Mary daughter of Thomas & Mary (Sparrow) Cater. 

William son of William & Sarah (Holden) Frost. 

Jemima daughter of Elizabeth Butcher, widow. 

John son of James & Ann (Howe) Copsey. 

Richard son of John & Ann (Rosbrooke) Cockle. 

James son of William & Elizabeth (Layt) Willingham. 

Mary daughter of William & Ann (Nunn) Ling. 

Mary daughter of John & Grace (Taylor) Marshall. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAi^TtSMS. 



69 



May 

June 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Dec. 



27. 

10. 

6. 

17- 
19. 

21. 

3- 

8. 

23- 
4- 



1795- 


Jan. 


4- 




Jan. 


7 




April 


26, 




May 


10. 




May 


26. 




May 


28, 



July 12. 



July 


14. 


Aug. 


9- 


Aug. 


18. 


Oct. 


14. 


Oct. 


22. 


Nov. 


4- 


1796. March 


3- 


March 


13- 


May 


29. 


June 


4- 


June 


6. 


June 


15- 



Elizabeth daughter of John & Mary (Garwood) Ellis. 

Sarah daughter of Isaac & Elizabeth (Brooks) Brooks. 

Mary daughter of Thomas & Ann (Bird) Byford. 

Hannah daughter of William & Hannah (Griggs) Lilly. 

James son of Thomas & Susan (Cutmore) Last. 

Sophia daughter of Charles & Alice (Willingham) Ward. 

Samuel son of John & Elizabeth (Battle) Brewster. 

James son of Thomas & Amy (Pryke) Sylverston. 

Charles son of Charles & Susan (Page) Coe. 

Hannah Armstrong daughter of William & Hannah (Sylver- 
ston) Sylverston. 

Hannah Maria daughter of Abraham & Hannah (Hagreen) 
Elsden. 

Thomas son of John & Catharine (Frost) Death. 

Mary daughter of George & Elizabeth (Grice) Root. 

Samuel & Thomas sons of John & Sarah (Allerton) Ranner. 

Wilham son of John & Elizabeth (Smith) Adkin. 

Susan daughter of Thomas & Lucy (Hilton) Tweed. 

Sally daughter ofWilliam & Hannah (Sylverston) Sylverston. 
Received into the Church. 

Mary Ann daughter of Edward & Susan (Underwood) 
Johnson. 

Isaac son of Isaac & Elizabeth (Brooks) Brooks. 

Mary daughter of John & Grace (Taylor) Marshall. 

John son of John & Mary (Wallace) Goldson. 

Winnifred daughter of Caleb & Margarett (Morley) Lee. 

Henry son of John & Mary (Baker) Marking. 

William son of William & Ann (Malton) Last. 
Sarah daughter of William & Sarah (Holden) Frost. 

Robert son of Robert & Alice (Haylock) Sharpe. 

Hannah daughter of Edward & Hannah (Rosbrook) Crack. 

Mary Anne daughter of William & Elizabeth (Bullard) 

Norman. 
Robert son of William & Alice (Prick) Pearson. 

Elizabeth daughter of Edward & Sarah (Wing) Gooch, 



70 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



James son of John & Mary (Garwood) Elliss. 
Joshua son of Joseph & Sarah (Cooper) Prick. 
James son of EHzabeth Tweed. 
Mary daughter of James & Mary (Eagle) Goodchild. 
Abraham son of Abraham & Ruth (Button) Cobbin. 
Sarah daughter of John & Martha (Nunn) Nunn. 
Maria daughter of George & Elizabeth (Lyes) Lanham. 
Edward son of William & Elizabeth (Layt) Willingham. 
Maria daughter of William & Mary (Rickwood) Musk. 
Charles son of Samuel & Hannah (Elsden) Mizen. 
Mary Ann daughter of Edward & Mary (Bradley) Musk. 
Louisa daughter of Michael & Ann (Parker) Sturgeon. 
George son of George & Elizabeth (Grice) Root. 
Simon son of Thomas & Susan (Cutmore) Last. 
James son of Thomas & Ann (Bird) Byford. 
Joseph son of William & Sarah (Sexton) Leech. 
Mary daughter of George & Elizabeth (Ling) Cook. 
James son of John & Grace (Taylor) Marshall. 
Mary & Fanny, daughters of John & Sarah (Bray) King. 
Frederick son of John & Elizabeth (Smith) Adkin. 
Caroline daughter of William & Hannah (Griggs) Lilly. 
Tammy daughter of James & Ann (Howe) Copsy. 
Isaac son of W^illiam & Alice (Prick) Pearsons. 



1797. 



1798. 



June 


19. 


July 


I. 


July 


3- 


Aug. 


4- 


Aug. 


15- 


Aug. 


21. 


Aug. 


21. 


Aug. 


21. 


Sept. 


4- 


Oct. 


7- 


Oct. 


10. 


Oct. 


31- 


Dec. 


9- 


Dec. 


25- 


Feb. 


10. 


April 


7- 


May 


7- 


July 


21. 


July 


23- 


July 


30- 


Oct. 


9- 


Oct. 


15- 


Nov. 


27. 


Dec. 


17- 


Dec. 


31- 


Jan. 


7- 


Jan. 


7. 


Jan. 


21. 


Feb. 


II. 


Feb. 


II. 


March 


25- 


April 


15- 


April 


29. 


May 


20. 


May 


27. 



Ann daughter of Ann Martin. 

John son of William & Bell (Finch) Frost. 

Elizabeth daughter of George & Martha (Beddle) Cater. 

James son of James & Elizabeth (Bray) Taylor. 

Fanny daughter of W^illiam & Ann (Nunn) Ling. 

John son of John & Hannah (Paine) Tricker. 

William son of Mark & Ann (Cole) Hammond. 

John son of Abraham & Ruth (Dutton) Cobbin. 

Susan daughter of William & Sarah (Richardson) Seale. 

Mary Ann daughter of William & Temperance (Elliss) Ebbon. 

John son of John & Sarah (Underwood) Ridgen. 

James son of John & Catharine (Frost) Death, 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPtlSMS. 71 



Edward son of Edward & Hannah (Rosbrook) Crack. 
George son of John & Matthew (Nunn) Nunn. 
Joshua son of George & EHzabeth (Lyes) Lanham. 
Mary daughter of John & Ann (Smith) Brown. 
Frederica daughter of Michael & Ann (Parker) Sturgeon. 
Ann daughter of James & Mary (Eagle) Goodchild. 
Elizabeth daughter of Edward & Mary (Bradley) Musk. 
Mary Ann daughter of John & Elizabeth (Wellham) Pearsons, 
Robert son of Edward & Sarah (Wing) Gooch. 
George son of William & Elizabeth (Layt) Willingham. 
Mary Ann daughter of James & Ann (Crack) Last. 
Robert son of John & Mary (W^allace) Goldston. 

1799. Jan. I. Sarah daughter of John & Elizabeth (Sharpe) Lanham. 

Isaac son of William & Sarah (Sexton) Leech. 

William Nunn son of Sarah Spalding. 

James son of William & Hannah (Sylverston) Sylverston. 

Ann daughter of Anthony & Sarah (Clark) Osborn. 
John son of George & Elizabeth (Grice) Root. 

Simeon son of Henry & Elizabeth (Death) Briggs. 
Elizabeth daughter of John & Mary (Garrard) Elliss. 
Mary daughter of Joseph & Sarah (Cooper) Prick. 
Samuel son of William & Ann (Malton) Last. 
Mary Anne daughter of Edward & Susan (Underwood) 

Johnson. 
Abraham son of Ann Cooper. 

William son of William & Temperance (Elliss) Ebbon. 
George William son of Anthony & Elizabeth (Prick) Crick. 
Louisa daughter of Elizabeth Lilly. 
Rachael daughter of Jonas & Rachael (Bray) Row. 

1800. Feb. 8. William son of William & Hannah (Griggs) Lilly. 
William son of John & Hannah (Paine) Tricker. 
John son of George & Elizabeth (Ling) Cook. 
Sophia daughter of John & Ann (Smith) Brown. 
Harriet daughter of William & Ann (Malton) Last. 
William son of William & Mary (Leech) Rosbrook, 



July 


15- 


July 


22. 


July 


23- 


Aug. 


12, 


Aug. 


12. 


Aug. 


19. 


Sept. 


16. 


Nov. 


4- 


Nov. 


II. 


Nov. 


18. 


Nov. 


25- 


Dec. 


30- 


Jan. 


I. 


Jan. 


13- 


Jan. 


20. 


Jan. 


21. 


Feb. 


17- 


Feb. 


24. 


Feb. 


24. 


Feb. 


24. 


April 


14. 


April 


19. 


May 


26. 


July 


7- 


Aug. 


4- 


Oct. 


27. 


Oct. 


27. 


Nov. 


17- 


Feb. 


8. 


Feb. 


23- 


March 


9- 


May 


4- 


May 


30- 


June 


I. 



^1 



MORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



July 


I. 


July 


12. 


July 


14. 


Aug. 


3- 


Aug. 


28. 


Oct. 


26. 


Nov. 


25- 


Nov. 


26. 


Dec. 


21. 


1801. Jan. 


25- 


Feb. 


22. 


March 


8. 


March 


15- 


April 


12. 


May 


10. 


May 


23- 


June 


9- 


June 


14. 


June 


28. 


Aug. 


7- 


Aug. 


16. 


Sept. 


13- 


Oct. 


4- 


Oct. 


4- 


Oct. 


6. 


Dec. 


20. 


1802. Jan. 


10. 


Jan. 


19. 


Jan. 


28. 


Jan. 


31- 


Feb. 


21. 


Feb. 


28. 


March 


28. 


April 


16. 


June 


13- 



Samuel son of Samuel & Hannah (Elsden) Miseman. 

William son of James & Sarah ( Alvis) Bullas. 

John Double son of John & Clementina (Double) Reynolds. 

Stephen son of Edmund & Mary (Bradley) Musk. 

William son of William & Sarah (Sexton) Leech. 

Eliza daughter of James & Ann (Crack) Last. 

Maria daughter of William & Mary (Grimwood) Edwards. 

Henry son of George & Martha (Biddle) Cater. 

Robert son of William & Temperance (Elliss) Ebbon. 

Martin son of Robert & Alice (Haylock) Sharpe. 

George son of John & Sarah (Underwood) Ridgen. 

Harriet daughter of William & Susan (Richardson) Scale. 

William son of Anthony & Sarah (Clark) Osborne. 

Thomas son of George & Elizabeth (Lyes) Lanham. 

Thomas son of Jonas & Rachael (Bray) Row. 

Sarah daughter of William & Mary (Frost) King. 

John son of Michael & Ann (Parker) Sturgeon. 

Mary daughter of Edward & Hannah (Rosbrook) Crack. 

Thomas son of Ann Richardson. 

Phebe daughter of James & Mary (Harrington) Cook. 

Alice daughter of James & Mary (Eagle) Goodchild. 

Harrison son of Mark & Ann (Cole) Hammond. 

Isaac son of William & Elizabeth (Layt) Willingham. 

William son of Elizabeth Lilly. 

Alice daughter of William & Hannah (Sylverston) Sylverston. 

Susan daughter of John & Elizabeth (Sharpe) Lanham. 

W^illiam & John, sons of Abraham & Mary (Clark) Elsden. 

James son of John & Ann (Smith) Browne. 

Robert son of John & Hannah (Paine) Tricker. 

Amy daughter of Ann Martin. 

John son of John & Mary (Petitt) Warren. 

Martha daughter of William & Ann (Nunn) Ling. 

Benjamin son of James & Ann (Crack) Last. 

Mary daughter of Joseph & Sarah (Cooper) Prick. 

John son of Edward & Sarah (Wing) Gooch. 



HORRtNGER REGISTERS.— BAI^TiSMS. 



7t 



1803. 



Frances daughter of John & Catharine (Frost) Death. 

George son of WilHam & Dinah (Cocksedge) Hazelwood. 

John son of Roger & Sophia (Alvis) Adams. 

John son of WilUam & Hannah (Griggs) Lilly. 

Betty daughter of George & Betty (Ling) Cook. 

Lewis son of William & Mary (Leech) Rosbrook. 

Thomas son of James & Mary (Eagle) Goodchild. 

Sarah daughter of Jacob & Sarah (Sparrow) Richardson. 

Phoebe daughter of William & Ann (Ling) King. 

Joseph son of William & Mary (Grimwood) Edwards. 

John son of Edmund & Mary (Turner) Revell. 

Harriet daughter of Susan Rampling. 

Jeremiah son of William & Temperance (Elliss) Ebbon. 

Harriet daughter of John & Hannah (Paine) Tricker. 

James David son of Thomas & Lucy (Hilton) Tweed. Feb. 

II, 1 80 1. 
Sarah daughter of Edward & Hannah (Rosbrook) Crack. 
Ann daughter of William & Sarah (Richardson) Sale. 
John son of James & Mary (Spalden) Wratham. 
Isaac son of John & Clementina (Double) Reynolds. 
Edmund son of George & Dilly (Calf) Harrington. 
Jonas son of Jonas & Rachael (Bray) Rowe. 
John son of Edward & Honor (Tunbridge) Drew. 
George son of Edmund & Mary (Bradley) Musk. 
James son of Nathaniel & Elizabeth (Waits) Flack. 
John son of Samuel & Sarah (Mizeman) Mizeman. 
John son of James & Mary (Harrington) Cook. 
EHzabeth & Mary, daughters of John & Matthew (Nunn) 

Nunn. 
Lucinda daughter of Robert & Alice (Pearsons) Copsey. 
William son of John & Ann (Smith) Browne. 
William son of Ruth Cobbin, widow of Abraham Cobbin. 
Mary daughter of George & Elizabeth (Lyes) Lanham. 
Ann daughter of Michael & Ann (Parker) Sturgeon. 
William son of William & Mary (Willingham) Orridge. 



1804. 



July 


19. 


Sept. 


26. 


Oct. 


17- 


Oct. 


24. 


Dec. 


5- 


Jan. 


23- 


Feb. 


20. 


Feb. 


27. 


March 


6. 


March 


6. 


March 


13- 


March 


20. 


April 


10. 


April 


24. 


May 


12. 


May 


29. 


May 


29. 


June 


12. 


June 


ig. 


July 


31- 


Aug. 


28. 


Aug. 


30- 


Sept. 


4- 


Sept. 


4- 


Sept. 


18. 


Oct. 


2. 


Oct. 


30- 


Nov. 


6. 


Nov. 


27. 


Dec. 


II. 


Feb. 


26. 


March 


15- 


May 


26. 



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HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



May 27. 
June 24. 



July 


14. 


July 


29. 


Sept. 


24. 


Sept. 


30. 


• Sept. 


30. 


Oct. 


10. 


Oct. 


14. 


Dec. 


2. 


Dec. 


25- 


Dec. 


25- 


Dec. 


25- 


Dec. 


30- 


1805. Jan. 


6. 


Feb. 


9- 


Feb. 


10. 


Feb. 


10. 


Feb. 


17- 


March 


13- 


May 


19. 


June 


2. 


June 


5- 


June 


23' 


June 


30' 


July 


7- 


July 


7- 


Aug. 


II. 


= Aug. 


25- 


Aug. 


25- 


Sept. 


29. 


■ Nov, 


24, 



William son of William & Dinah (Cocksedge) Hazelwood. 
Harriet & Sarah, twin daughters of James & Lydia (Wells) 

Howe, received. Priv : bapt: June 26, 1803. 
John son of James & Sarah (Alvis) Bullas. 
Mary daughter of Ann Cooper. 
Elijah son of Joseph & Sarah (Cooper) Prick. 
Susannah daughter of Edward & Sarah (Wing) Gooch. 
Mary daughter of Anthony & Sarah (Clark) Osborn. 
Samuel George son of Roger & Sophia (Alvis) Adams. 
John son of John & Sarah (Mason) Barrell. 
John son of Wilham & Ann (Ling) King. 
Susan daughter of Edward & Hannah (Rosbrook) Crack. 
Rachael daughter of William & Hannah (Griggs) Lilly. 
Anna Maria daughter of W^illiam & Susan (MulHnger) 

Ambrose. 
Eliza daughter of William & Mary (Rickwood) Musk. 
John son of Frances Green. 

Maria daughter of William & Mary (Leech) Rosbrook. 
Joseph son of Samuel & Sarah (Mizeman) Mizeman. 

John son of John & Elizabeth (Wellham) Pearsons. 

Milla daughter of James & Mary (Spalden) Wratham. 

John son of William & Mary (Grimwood) Edwards. 

Susan daughter of Elizabeth Butcher, widow. 

George son of George & Mary (Nunn) Sillett, received. 
Priv : bapt : at Bradfield. 

Susan daughter of George & Elizabeth (Grice) Root. 

Ann daughter of George & Elizabeth (Ling) Cook. 

George son of John & Ann (Bullen) Kemp. 

William son of Thomas & Susan (Ramplin) Newman. 

James son of Elizabeth Lilly. 

Alexander son of William & Temperance (Ellis) Ebbon. 

Harriet daughter of Archibald & Mary (Cater) Davis. 

Susannah daughter of John & Catharine (Frost) Death. 

George son of James & Mary (Harrington) Cook. 

William son of James & Mary (Eagle) Goodchild, 



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75 



Susan daughter of Edward & Sarah (Wing) Gooch. 
WilHam & Frederick, twin sons of William & Rose Ann 

(Howe) Smith, 
Mary Ann daughter of George & Mary Ann (Naylor) Double. 
John son of James & Ann (Crack) Last. 
Harriet daughter of John & Hannah (Paine) Tricker. 
John son of Mark & Ann (Cole) Hammond. 
James son of Jonas & Rachael (Bray) Rowe. 
Susan daughter of Henry & Elizabeth (Tweed) Hart. 
Mary daughter of Abraham & Mary (Clarke) Elsden. 
Thomas son of William & Mary (Willingham) Orridge. 
William son of Edmund & Mary (Bradley) Musk. 
William son of William & Lucy (Button) Brewster or Bruce. 
Maria daughter of John & Mathew (Nunn) Nunn. 
Lucy daughter of John & Ruth (Cobbin) Fenner. 
George William son of George William & Ann (Howard) 

Lilly. 
Mary Ann daughter of George & Mary (Nunn) Sillett. 
John Hagreen son of Elizabeth Bull. 
Sarah daughter of Joseph & Sarah (Cooper) Prick. 
Ann daughter of W'illiam & Hannah (Griggs) Lilly. 
George son of John & Ann (Smith) Browne. 
George son of Thomas & Lucy (Hilton) Tweed. 
Martha daughter of James & Ann (Crack) Last. 
James son of James & Alice (Byatt) Hardy. 
Harriet daughter of Edward & Sarah (Wing) Gooch. 
James son of George & Elizabeth (Lyes) Lanham. 
Rhoda daughter of William & Temperance (Elliss) Ebbon. 
James son of James & Ann (Spalding) Salisbury, received : 

priv : baptized Aug. ii, 1804. 
John son of George & Biddy (Woods) Crack. 
George Scarfe son of George Scarfe & Mary Ann (Naylor) 

Double. 
Matthew son of Samuel & Sarah (Mizeman) Mizeman, 
John son of William & Rose Ann (Howe) Smith. 



Nov. 


24. 


Dec. 


8. 


Dec. 


12. 


Dec. 


29. 


1806. Jan. 


3- 


March 


2. 


May 


II. 


May 


25- 


June 


29. 


July 


4- 


July 


13- 


July 


20. 


Oct. 


19. 


Oct. 


26. 


Nov. 


7- 


Nov. 


9- 


Nov, 


10. 


Nov. 


30- 


1807. March 


I. 


March 


I. 


March 


22. 


March 


29. 


April 


7- 


April 


26. 


May 


3- 


May 


3- 


May 


10. 


May 


10. 


May 


II. 


May 


31- 


June 


28. 



76 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



Robert son of William & Mary (Grimwood) Edwards. 

Thomas son of Thomas & Mary (Osborne) Middleditch. 

Sarah daughter of John & Sarah (Sharpe) Tricker, 

Henry William son of William & Susan (Mullinger) Ambrose. 

William son of William & Ann (Ling) King. 

James son of James & Mary (Eagle) Goodchild. 

Robert son of Edward & Honor (Tunbridge) Drew. 

Thomas Grice son of Thomas & Ann (Double) Adkin. 

Isaac son of Isaac & Sarah (WilHngham) Race. 

Charles son of Hannah Shelver. 

Maria daughter of James & Sarah (Ling) Warren. 

Mary daughter of John & Charlott (Sarjent) Alvis. 

Henry son of Lewis & Elizabeth (Cater) Rosbrook. 
William son of Anthony & Sarah (Clark) Osborn. 
George son of George & Bet (Ling) Cook. 
James son of Mary Coe. 

Harriet daughter of Edward & Hannah (Rosbrook) Crack. 

Harriet daughter of Mark & Ann (Cole) Hammond. 
William son of Jonas & Rachael (Bray) Row. 
William son of William & Elizabeth (Naylor) Bilson. 
Susan daughter of Edmund & Mary (Bradley) Musk. 
Ann daughter of James & Mary (Harrington) Cook. 
Lucy daughter of John & Elizabeth (Welham) Pearsons. 
Robert son of George & Mary Ann (Naylor) Double. 
Harriet daughter of William & Rose Ann (Howe) Smith. 
Sarah daughter of Samuel & Sarah (Mizeman) Mizeman. 
Elizabeth daughter of William & Susan (Mullinger) Ambrose. 
Harriet daughter of Mary Cater. 
James son of Abraham & Matthew (Copsey) Rooks. 
Samuel son of James & Ann (Crack) Last. 
Jeremiah son of James & Ann (Spalding) Salisbury. 
Elizabeth daughter of Isaac & Sarah (WilHngham) Race. 
Fanny daughter of John & Matthew (Nunn) Nunn. 
Elizabeth daughter of Maria Adkin. 
March 25. Lucy daughter of Robert & Mary (Parfrey) Alvis, 



Aug. 


2. 


Aug. 


2. 


Aug. 


16. 


Aug. 


16. 


Aug. 


16. 


Aug. 


16. 


Sept. 


13- 


Sept. 


17- 


Nov. 


15- 


Dec. 


20. 


1808. Jan. 


10. 


Feb. 


23- 


Feb. 


28. 


March 


27. 


June 


5- 


June 


12. 


June 


19. 


Nov. 


13- 


Nov. 


27. 


Dec. 


13- 


1809. Jan. 


I. 


Jan. 


22. 


April 


23- 


Aug. 


24. 


Aug. 


27. 


Sept. 


24. 


Oct. 


I. 


Oct. 


I. 


Oct. 


15. 


Dec. 


25- 


Dec. 


27. 


1810. Jan. 


7. 


Feb. 


18. 


Feb. 


18. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



77 



Robert son of William & Mary (Grimwood) Edwards. 
Frederick son of William & Ann (Ling) King. 
Mary Ann daughter of John & Sarah (Sharpe) Tricker. 
Elizabeth Mary daughter of William & Elizabeth (Naylor) 

Bilson. 
James son of Edward & Sarah (Wing) Gooch. 
James & Samuel twins of James & Sarah (Ling) Warren. 
Henry James son of James & Sarah (Alvis) Bullas. 
Sarah daughter of John & Charlott (Searjant) Alvis. 
Eliza daughter of Mark & Ann (Cole) Hammond. 
Emily daughter of William & Mary (Rickwood) Musk. 
W^illiam son of William & Sarah (Bryant) Greene. 
James Matthew son of James & Mary (Simpson) Scarling. 
Johnson William son of George & Mary Ann (Naylor) 

Double. 
Jane daughter of Edward & Hannah (Rosbrook) Crack. 
Thomas Cook son of Frances Double. 
Melmoth son of Charles Hill Hall & Augusta (Browning) his 

wife. April 26. 
Anna Maria daughter of Charles & Hannah (Cater) Double. 
Frederick Naylor son of John & Margarett (Naylor) Salisbury. 
Nancy daughter of Thomas & Lucy (Hilton) Tweed. 
Sarah daughter of Edmund & Mary (Bradley) Musk. 
Esau son of Charles & Charlott (Crick) Rosbrook. 
Sarah daughter of William & Hannah (Griggs) Lilly. 
Mary Ann daughter of John & Elizabeth (Nunn) Baker. 
Mary Ann daughter of Benjamin & Elizabeth (Palmer) 

Pryke. 
Jermyn son of James & Esther (Welby) Lewis. 
James son of James & Ann (Crack) Last. 
Thomas son of John & Elizabeth (Wellham) Pearsons. 
Samuel son of Jonas & Rachael (Bray) Rowe. 
Lucy daughter of James & Sophia (Crack) Ramplin. 
Mary Ann daughter of William & Mary (Elmer) Baker. 
William Charles son of Charles & Hannah (Cater) Double, 





May 


6. 




May 


20. 




July 


I. 




July 


2. 




July 


15- 




Aug. 


19. 




Sept. 


16. 




Dec. 


2. 


I8II. 


Feb. 


17- 




March 


17. 




March 


21. 




March 


22. 




April 


5- 




May 


5- 




May 


28. 




May 


28. 




June 


5- 




June 


17- 




July 


30. 




July 


21. 




Sept. 


2. 




Sept. 


2. 




Sept. 


5- 




Oct. 


21. 




Oct. 


31- 




Nov. 


24 




Dec. 


25- 




Dec. 


29. 


I8I2. 


Feb. 


16. 




March 


17- 




March 


19. 



78 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



Thomas son of William & Rose Ann (Howe) Smith. 

Sarah daughter of Isaac & Sarah (Willingham) Race. 

Robert son of Abraham & Matthew (Copsey) Rooks. 

Mary daughter of Samuel & Sarah (Mizeman) Mizeman. 

Frederick son of Mark & Ann (Cole) Hammond. 

Lucy daughter of John & Charlott (Searjeant) Alvis. 

Susan daughter of William & Temperance (Elliss) Ebbon: 
priv: baptized March i, 1810. 

Mary Ann daughter of Sarah Rosbrook. June 7, 1812. 

Charlotte dau : of James & Sarah Bullas, labourer. 

Wilham Naylor son of George & Mary Ann Double, publican. 

Henry son of Robert & Mary Alvis, labourer. 

Arthur son of Matthew & Jane Gostwick, labourer. 

Sydney son of Charles Hill & Augusta Hall, gentleman. 

Susan dau : of George & Bett Cook, labourer. 

Mary dau : of Simon & Susanna Mansfield, labourer. 

William Charles son of William & Susan Ambrose, shoe- 
maker. 

Robert son of Robert Barrell & Catharine Heyhoe, servants. 

George son of Michael & Sarah Crack, labourer. 

George son of late John & Frances Buckle, soldier. Dec. i, 
1807. 

George son of John & Mary Greenwood, labourer. 

Edward son of William & Sarah (Bryant) Green, labourer. 

Sept. 18, 1813. 
Mary Anne daughter of Caroline Smith. 
Frances dau : of Abraham & Martha (Copsey) Rooks, 

labourer. 
Sophia dau : of Jeremiah & Drusilla (Pryke) Jermyn, labourer, 

of Ickworth. 
John William son of Mary Banham. 
Betty dau : of Edward & Mary (Brewster) Willingham, 

labourer. 
Thomas son of Mary Ling. 
James son of James & Sophia (Crack) Ramplin, labourer, 



April 


19. 


May 


17- 


June 


28. 


June 


28. 


Aug. 


2. 


Aug. 


9. 


Aug. 


23- 


1813. Jan. 


24. 


Feb. 


3- 


Feb. 


16. 


March 


14. 


April 


II. 


May 


28. 


May 


30- 


June 


20. 


July 


II. 


July 


II. 


Aug. 


29. 


Sept. 


19. 


Nov. 


21. 


1814. April 


16. 


May 


22. 


June 


13- 



July 10. 

Aug. 25. 

Sept. 28. 

Oct. 21. 

Nov. 14. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



79 



1815. Jan. 15. 
Jan. 29. 
Jan. 8. 

March 28. 

April 9. 

April 16. 

April 16. 

April 16. 

April 23. 

May 14. 

May 21. 

May 30. 

June 4. 

July 31. 

Aug. 6. 

Aug. 13. 

Aug. 25. 

Sept. 24. 

Nov. 12. 

Dec. 24. 

Dec. 25. 

1816. Jan. 28. 

March 21. 



Elizabeth daughter of Elizabeth Bull. 

Mary dau : of William & Lydia (Stagg) Arnold, labourer. 

Henry son of William & Mary (Grimwood) Edwards, 

wheelwright. 
Louisa Browning dau: of Charles Hill & Augusta (Browning) 

Hall, esquire. 
Edward son of John & Elizabeth (Double) Mower, labourer. 
Theodosia dau: of Matthew & Jane (Balls) Gossick, shepherd. 
Rebecca dau : of Isaac & Sarah (Willingham) Raice, labourer. 
Thomas son of Sarah Risbrooke. 

George son of John & Charlotte (Serjeant) Avis, labourer. 
Mary daughter of Michael & Sarah (Markwell) Crack, 

labourer. 
Isaac son of Jonas & Rachel (Bray) Rowe, labourer. 
Martha, wife of James Scarhng jun. and dau: of Neville & 

Ann (Cooper) Fuller, gentleman. 
Lionel son of William & Rose Anne (Howe) Smith, 

woolcomber. 
Lucina dau: of Benjamin & Elizabeth (Palmer) Pryke jun., 

blacksmith. 
Elizabeth dau: of Roger & Sophia (Alvis) Adams, shoemaker. 

Oct. 2, 1813. 
George son of Wilham & Sophia (Middleditch) Cater, 

labourer. 
Ehzabeth dau: of Charles & Hannah (Cater) Double, 

labourer. 
William son of George & Elizabeth (Lynn) Cooke, labourer. 
Elizabeth Mary Anne dau: of William Bacon & Mary Anne 

(Cooke) W^igson of Horsecroft, gent. 
George son of William & Mary (Cater) Rutter, labourer. 
Susan dau : of James & Anne (Crack) Last, labourer. 
Elizabeth dau: of William & Tabitha (Copsey) Root, 

carpenter. 
Charles son of George & Mary Anne (Double) ScarfF, 

innkeeper. 



8o 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



April 7. 



June 


30- 


July 


8. 


Aug. 


13- 


Sept. 


I. 


Sept. 


14. 


Sept. 


22. 


Dec. 


25- 


1817. Jan. 


12. 


Feb. 


2. 


Feb. 


23- 


March 


9- 


March 


17- 


March 


17. 


April 


2. 


April 


13- 


April 


20. 


May 


4- 


May 


18. 


May 


25- 


July 


19. 


Aug. 


3- 


Oct. 


19, 


Nov. 


28, 


Dec. 


12. 


Dec. 


25- 


1818. Jan. 


6. 



James son of James & Sophia (Crack) Ramplin, labourer. 

Eliza daughter of Sarah Arborn. 

William son of Robert & Ann Spalding, labourer. 

Jane dau: of Robert & Mary (Stearn) Durrant, labourer. 

James son of Maria Lanham. 

James son of James & Sarah (Alvis) Bullass, labourer. 

Mary daughter of Mary Death. 

Henry son of James Sharp of Nowton & Maria Last, 

labourer. 
John son of Abraham & Martha (Copsey) Rooks, labourer. 
John son of Thomas & Martha (Cater) King, labourer. 
John son of John & Elizabeth (Double) Mower, labourer. 
Martha Susanna dau : of James & Martha Susanna (Fuller) 

Scarling, gent. 
Eliza dau : of Lewis & Rebecca (Norman) Rushbrooke, 

labourer, 
Thomas son of William & Sarah (Rushbrooke) Gorlstone, 

labourer. 
Eliza dau : of John & Charlotte (Serjeant) Alvis, labourer. 
Mary dau : of Charles & Elizabeth (Bull) Coe, labourer. 
Elizabeth dau : of William & Sarah (Thoroughgood) Willing- 
ham, labourer. 
Isaac son of James & Mary (Copsey) Boreham, labourer. 
Maria dau : of Isaac & Sarah (W^illingham) Raice, labourer. 
Marianne dau : of Edmund & Mary (Brewster) Willingham, 

labourer. 
Robert son of William & Esther (Saunders) Cooke, labourer. 
Frances daughter of Mary Ling. 

Mary dau : of Matthew & Jane (Balls) Gostwick, shepherd. 
William son of William Bacon & Mary Anne (Cooke) Wigson 

of Horscroft, gent. 
Elizabeth dau : of John & EHzabeth (Nunn) Baker, labourer. 
George son of William & Tabitha (Copsey) Root, carpenter. 
Charles Browning son of Charles Hill & Augusta (Browning) 

Hall, esquire, 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



8i 



I 



Jan. 


18. 


Feb. 


I. 


Feb. 


8. 


March 


8. 


April 


12. 


May 


15' 


May 


15 


May 


17 


June 


7- 


Aug. 


II. 


Sept. 


7 


June 


22, 


Dec. 


2 



Dec. 17. 





Dec. 20. 




Dec. 22. 


819. 


Jan. 2. 




Jan. 6. 




March 6, 




March 21. 



May 



May 


13- 


May 


16. 


May 


23- 


July 


4- 



Robert son of John & Mary (Cooke) Copsey, labourer. 

Thomas son of John & Sarah (Lewis) Ridnall, carpenter. 

Rebecca dau : of William & Rosanne (Howe) Smith, wool- 
comber. 

Fanny dau : of George & Bett (Ling) Cooke, labourer. 

Mary Ann dau : of Charles & Elizabeth (Bull) Coe, labourer. 

John son of Jonas & Rachel (Bray) Rowe, labourer. 

Maria dau: of Henry & Mary (Sale) Grimwood, labourer. 

Isaac son of James & Sophia (Crack) Ramplin, labourer. 

John son of Nathaniel & Anne (Howard) Adkin, labourer. 

Charles son of William & Sarah (King) Palmer, labourer. 

William Swithin son of Thomas & Ann (Double) x\dkin of 
Bury, innkeeper. 

Eliza dau : of Lewis & Rebecca (Norman) Rosbrooke, 
labourer. ]an, 31, 181 7. 

Mary Anne dau : of William & Mary Anne (Grimwood) 
Edwards, wheelwright. 

Mary Anne dau : of Robert & Mary (Stearne) Durrant, 
labourer. 

James son of Michael & Sarah (Markwell) Crack, labourer. 

Esther dau : of Isaac & Sarah (Willingham) Race, labourer. 

W^illiam son of Louis & Rebecca (Norman) Rosbrooke, 
labourer. 

William son of Simon & Mary (Ling) Last, labourer. 
Mary Anne dau : of William Bacon & Mary iVnne (Cooke) 
Wigson of Horsecroft, gent. 

Mary Anne dau : of George & Mary Anne (Gooch) Farrents, 
blacksmith. 

Mary Anne dau : of William & Sally (Husbandman) Willing- 
ham, labourer. 

Mary dau : of William & Esther (Saunders) Cooke, labourer. 

Ann dau : of Abraham & Hannah (Crack) Cooper, labourer. 

Thomas son of Robert & Sarah (Boyce) Wells, wheelwright. 

Abraham son of Abraham & Martha (Copsey) Rooks, 
labourer, 



82 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



Sept. 


12. 


Sept. 


18, 


Sept. 


19, 


Sept. 


26. 


Oct. 


10. 


Nov. 


7- 


Nov. 


28. 


1820. Jan, 


31- 


May 


7' 


July 


9- 


May 


21. 



May 



21. 



William son of Sarah Rosbrooke. 

Edmund son of Edward & Mary (Brewster) Willingham, 

labourer. 
James son of John & Martha (Ling) Goldstone, labourer. 
Eliza dau : of James & Mary (Copsey) Boreham, labourer. 
Susanna Maria dau : of John & Charlotte (Serjeant) Alvis, 

labourer. 
Mary Emily dau : of James & Sarah (Alvis) Bullass, labourer. 
Mary daughter of Mary Coe. 

John son of Robert & Mary (Musk) Gooch, labourer. 
Henry Gardiner son of William & Rosa Ann (Howes) Smith, 

woolcomber. 
Mary dau : of William & Sarah (King) Palmer, labourer. 
Matthew son of Matthew & Jane (Balls) Gostwick, 

shepherd. 
William son of Lewis & Rebecca (Norman) Rosbrooke, 

labourer. 
William son of James & Sophia (Rolfe) Ramplin, labourer. 
James son of Isaac & Sarah (Willingham) Race, labourer. 
Emma dau : of William Bacon & Mary Anne (Cooke) Wigson 

of Horsecroft, gent. 
Thomas son of Abraham & Hannah (Crack) Cooper, labourer. 
James son of John & Mary (Cooke) Copsey, labourer. Feb. 

24, 1820. 
Susan dau : of Simon & Mary (Ling) Last, labourer. 
Susan dau : of William & Thomasin (Copsey) Root, labourer. 
Sarah dau : of George & Mary (Gooch) Farrents, blacksmith. 
James son of Robert & Mary (Stern) Durrant, labourer. 
Lehabin dau : of Francis & Elizabeth (Thompson) Double, 

labourer. 
Abraham son of Abraham & Sophy (Wright) Steed of West 

Wratting, Cambridgeshire, blacksmith. 
Mary Anne dau : of Robert & Anne (Bedlington) Spalding, 

labourer. 
David son of William & Esther (Saunders) Cook, labourer. 





July 


16, 




Aug. 


6. 




Aug. 


28. 




Nov. 


13- 


I82I. 


Feb. 


27. 




Feb. 


25- 




Feb. 


27. 




March 


I. 




March 


7- 




March 


21. 




April 


8. 




April 


8. 




April 


22. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



83 



June 


3- 


June 


10. 


Aug. 


12. 


Sept. 


30- 


Sept. 


30- 


Sept. 


30. 


Nov. 


14. 


Dec. 


5- 


Dec. 


9 


822. Jan. 


17- 



June 3. Mary Anne dau : of Charles & Elizabeth (Bull) Coe, labourer. 

April 7, 1818. 
James son of Charles & Elizabeth (Bull) Coe. May 24, 1821. 
Thomas son of Michael & Sarah (Markwell) Crack, labourer. 
Robert son of Robert & Sarah (Blowess) Wells, labourer. 
Mary daughter of Ann Martin. 

Amy dau : of William & Sophy (Middleditch) Cater, labourer. 
Henry Marjoram son of Zechariah & Sarah (Batley) Fenton, 

gardiner. 
John son of John & Martha (Ling) Goldestone, labourer. 
John son of William & Sarah (King) Palmer, labourer. 
George son of James & Mary (Gout) Cater, labourer. 
William son of James & Elizabeth (Marshall) Arborn of 

Chevington, labourer. 
Jan. 27. Rebecca dau: of William & Rose Anne (Howe) Smith, 

woolcomber. 
William son of James & Mary (Copsey) Boreham, labourer. 
George Edward son of James & Mary Ann (Lilly) Wallaker, 

labourer. 
George son of Robert & Mary Ann (Musk) Gooch, bricklayer. 
Jane dau: of Matthew & Jane (Balls) Gostwick, shepherd. 
Sophy dau: of John & Charlotte (Serjeant) Alvis, labourer. 
Henry son of James & Sophia (Crack) Ramplin, labourer. 
William son of William & Sarah (Thoroughgood) Willingham, 

labourer. 
Abraham son of Isaac & Sarah (Willingham) Race, 

labourer. 
Henry son of Abraham & Mary (Crack) Cooper, labourer. 
Henry son of Thomas Brown of Dalham & Eliza Last. 
James son of Thomas & Eliza (Last) Brown of Dalham, 

labourer. 
18. Elizabeth dau: of William & Sarah (Rosbrooke) Goldestone, 

labourer. 
Aug. 25. John son of Lewis & Rebecca (Norman) Rosbrooke, labourer. 
Sept. 22. Mary Ann dau: of John & Mary Copsey, labourer, 



Jan. 


27. 


Feb. 


10. 


Feb. 


10, 


April 


28, 


May 


2. 


May 


4' 


May 


26, 


June 


9- 


July 


7' 


July 


18. 


July 


28. 



Ausr. 



84 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



Oct. 27. 

Nov. 14. 

1823. Feb. 25. 

March 30. 

March 30. 

April 6. 

April 27. 

May II. 

June I. 

July 27. 

Aug. 17. 

Aug. 24. 

Sept. 7. 

Oct. 20. 



Dec. 

1824. Jan. 

Jan. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 



25- 



II. 



22. 
22. 



Feb. 22. 

Feb. 22. 

March 3. 

March 17. 



David son of William & Hester (Saunders) Cooke, labourer. 

Sarah dau : of John Goldestone & Mary Crack, labourer, of 
VValsham. 

Mary Ann dau : of Simon & Mary (Ling) Last, labourer. 

Mary Ann dau : of William & Tabitha (Copsey) Root, 
labourer. 

Robert son of Robert & Sophia (Hambling) Mayes, labourer. 

John son of David & Maria (Langham) Smith, labourer. 

Thomas son of Robert & Elizabeth (Cater) Catchpole, 
shepherd. 

Mary dau : of Thomas & Mary (Pettit) Leonard, of Ickworth, 
groom. 

Frederick son of Zachariah Sc Sarah (Battley) Fenton, 
gardener. 

Elizabeth dau : of George & Jane (Nelson) Musk, labourer. 

Henry Cameron son of Henry Curtis & Anne Alicia 
(Cameron) Cherry, clergyman. 

Elizabeth dau : of Michael & Sarah (Markwell) Crack, 
labourer. 

David son of Robert & Mary (Sterne) Durrant, labourer. 

Henry Cooke son of William Bacon & Mary Ann (Cooke) 
Wigson of Horsecroft, gent. 

Susannah dau : of John & Mary (Langham) Winch of Ick- 
worth, labourer. 

Elizabeth dau : of George & Mary (Gooch) Farrants, black- 
smith. 

Elizabeth dau : of John & Mary (Cook) Copsey, labourer. 

Henry son of John & Fanny (Pickering) Simkin, thatcher. 

Maria dau : of James & Sophia (Rolfe) Ramplin, labourer. 

George son of George & Mary (Osborn) Greenwood, 
labourer. 

Sophia dau : of Robert & Sarah (Bloyse) Wells, wheelwright. 

James son of William & Elizabeth (Fitch) King, labourer. 

William son of William & Sarah (King) Palmer, labourer. 

Michael son of Robert & Peggy (Drake) Ridnell, labourer, 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



85 



March 


27 


April 


16 


May 


2 


May 


23- 


June 


6. 


June 


20. 


July 


4 


Aug. 


I. 



Aug. 

Oct. 
Oct. 



3- 
17- 



Eliza dau : of Robert & Elizabeth (Crow) Winch, labourer. 
Sophia dau : of Thomas & Kezia (Rayner) Pryke, black- 
smith, 
Harriett dau : of James & Mary (Copsey) Boreham, labourer. 
Stephen son of Stephen & Elizabeth (Cutting) Saunders, 

shoemaker. 
Elizabeth dau : of Matthew & Jane (Balls) Gostwick, shepherd. 
Frederick son of Abraham & Hannah (Crack) Cooper, 

labourer. 
Sophia dau : of William & Sophia Cater, labourer. 
James son of Wilham & Rose Ann (Howe) Smith, Parish 

Clerk. 
Henry Curtis son of Henry Curtis & Anne Alicia (Cameron) 

Cherry, clergyman. 
Jonathan son of Isaac & Sarah (Willingham) Race, labourer. 
Mary Elizabeth dau: of Robert & Mary (Musk) Gooch, 

bricklayer. 
Thomas son of William Bacon & Mary Ann (Cooke) Wigson 

of Horsecroft gent. 
Hannah dau : of John & Charlotte (Sarjeant) Alvis, labourer. 
James son of Charles & Mary (Middleditch) Golding, labourer. 
Ehzabeth dau: of John & Mary Ann (Garwood) Kemp, 

farmer. Feb. 4, 1824. Baptized at Chevington, christened 

here. 
David son of David & Maria (Lanham) Smith, labourer. 
Daniel son of James & Sarah (Winter) Ellis, labourer. 
William son of William & Esther (Saunders) Cooke, gardener. 
Eliza dau : of William & Sarah Willingham, labourer. 
William son of George & Mary (Gooch) Farrents, blacksmith. 
Edward son of Edward & Elizabeth (Ebbing) Brown, servant. 
Simon son of Simon & Mary (Ling) Last, labourer. 
Maria dau : of Sarah Rosbrooke. 

William son of John & Mary (Cooke) Copsey, labourer. 
Sarah dau: of Robert & Elizabeth (Cater) Catchpole, 

shepherd. 



Oct. 30. 



Nov. 


5- 


825. Jan. 


2. 


Feb. 


3- 


Feb. 


20. 


Feb. 


24. 


April 


10. 


May 


8. 


May 


8. 


May 


15- 


May 


19. 


July 


27. 


Aug. 


21. 


Oct. 


2. 



Nov. 


20. 


Dec. 


4- 


Dec. 


4. 


Dec. 


1 8. 


Dec. 


20. 


Jan. 


3- 


Feb. 


13- 



66 HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 

Oct. g. Sarah Elizabeth dau: of George & Jane (Nelson) Musk, 

labourer. 
Nov. 13. Sarah dau: of "V\/illiam Read & Mary Etherington, cabinet- 
maker. Jan. 6, 1823. 
Kezia dau: of Thomas & Kezia (Rayner) Pryke, blacksmith. 
John William son of Robert & Elizabeth (Crow) Winch, 

labourer. 
Thomas son of Abraham & Martha (Copsey) Rooks, labourer. 
Harriet dau: of William & Tabitha (Copsey) Root, carpenter. 
John Charles son of John & Mary Ann (Garwood) Kemp, 

farmer. 
1826. Jan. 3. Robert son of William & Sarah (King) Palmer, labourer. 

Emily Alicia dau: of Henry Curtis & Anne Alicia (Cameron) 

Cherry, clergyman. 
Feb. 21. Mary dau: of William & Mary (Howlet) Plum of Ickworth, 

gamekeeper. June 15, 1822. 
Elizabeth do. do. do. May 25, 1824. 
Edward John son of Edward & Sarah (Langham) Crack, 

labourer. 
James son of James & Sarah (Winter) EUiss, labourer. 
Susan dau : of Thomas Pearsons, horse dealer, & Mary Coe. 
Rebecca dau: of Lewis & Rebecca (Norman) Rosbrook, 

labourer. 
Henry son of Henry & Rachel (Rowe) Cater, labourer. 
Esther dau : of William & Esther (Saunders) Cooke, 

gardener. 
William son of Abraham & Hannah (Crack) Cooper, labourer. 
Richard son of William Bacon & Mary Ann (Cooke) Wigson, 

of Horsecroft gent. 
Susan dau : of Michael & Sarah (Markwell) Crack, labourer. 
Eliza dau : of Daniel Douglas, stone mason, & Ma'ria 

Edwards. 
George son of John & Harriet (Powell) Short, stone mason. 
Thomas son of Philip & Anne (Goodchild) Meadows, 

labourer. 



& 




Feb. 


26. 


March 


2. 


April 


16. 


April 


23- 


May 


28. 


May 


29. 


June 


9- 


June 


26. 


July 


30. 


Oct. 


8. 


Dec. 


3- 


Dec. 


10. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



87 





Dec. 


24. 


1827. 


Jan. 


7- 




Jan. 


7' 




Jan. 


7- 




Feb. 


4- 



March 5. 

March 10. 

May 1 1 . 

May II. 

May 20. 

May 24. 

May 29. 



Sarah dau : of Robert & Sarah (Drake) Ridnell, labourer. 
James son of Robert & Sarah (Blois) Wells, labourer. 
Susanna dau : of Rachel Hammond. 
Amelia dau : of John & Mary (Winch) Rolfe, carpenter. 
Charlotte dau : of Charles & Charlotte (Crick) Rushbrooke, 

labourer. 
Ellis Maria dau : of Robert & Anne (Plum) Pearsons, 

farmer. 
William son of John & Fanny (Pickering) Simkin, thatcher. 
William son of John & Frances (Clarke) Miseman, labourer. 
Isaac son of James & Sarah (Winter) Ellis, labourer. 
Lucy Moyse dau : of Benjamin & Sarah (Steed) Pryke, 

blacksmith. 
Mary Ann Parsons dau : of Thomas & Lydia (Pearson) 

Pryke, blacksmith. 
Thomas son of Simon & Mary (Ling) Last, labourer. 
Jonathan son of Mathew & Jane (Balls) Gostwick, labourer. 
Mary Ann dau : of Mary Ann Crack. 
Martha dau : of George & Sarah (Sexton) Braine, servant. 
Robert son of William & Sarah (King) Palmer, labourer. 
William son of George & Jane (Nelson) Musk, 'labourer. 
Edward son of Robert & Mary (Musk) Gooch, labourer. 
Mary Ann dau : of Henry & Mary (Sale) Grimwood, labourer. 
Sophia dau : of James & Mary (Copsey) Boreham, labourer. 
Eliza dau : of James & Sophia Ramplin, labourer. 
Mary Ann dau: of Phihp & Ann (Goodchild) Meadows, 

labourer. 
Ehza dau : of William & Tabitha (Copsey) Root, labourer. 
Hannah dau : of William & Elizabeth (Fitch) King, labourer. 
Mary Ann dau : of Stephen & Elizabeth (Cutting) Saunders, 

shoemaker. 
Jane dau : of William & Esther (Saunders) Cook, labourer. 
Emma Eliza dau : of John & Mary Ann (Garrard) Kemp, 

farmer. 
John son of George & Mary (Googh) Farrants, blacksmith, 



June 


3- 


June 


3- 


June 


15- 


June 


22. 


July 


^5- 


July 


15- 


July 


26. 


Aug. 


5- 


Sept. 


30- 


Dec. 


2. 


Dec. 


23- 


1828. Jan. 


6. 


Jan. 


13- 


Jan. 


27. 


Feb. 


I. 



March 14. 



8S 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



April 


13 


April 


17 


May 


25' 


May 


25' 



April 6. Emily dau : of Lewis & Rebecca (Norman) Rosbrooke, 
farmer. 
James son of Edward & Sarah (Lanham) Crack, labourer. 
Henry son of Joseph & Elizabeth (Grimwood) Edwards, 

labourer. 
Jane dau : of Robert & Ann (Bedlington), Spalding, labourer. 
Thomas & Harriet, children of John & Mary (Crack) Gold- 
stone of Walsham, labourer. 
May 25. Mary Ann dau : of John & Mary (Boreham) Limmarks, 
labourer. 
Caroline dau : of Sarah Tricker. 

Rachel dau : of William & Rachel (Cater) Elsden, servant. 
Henry son of John & Mary (Cooke) Copsey, labourer. 
Ellen dau : of John & Charlotte Serjeant, servant. 
Sarah dau : of Mathew & Jane (Balls) Gostwick, labourer. 
John Arthur son of William & Harriet (Cater) Bullas, 

labourer. 
William son of John & Hannah (Cockle) Bull, labourer. 
Elizabeth Martha dau : of John & Elizabeth (Adkins) Moss, 
builder. 
1829. Jan. 27. Louisa dau : of — & Ann (Sale) Levett, labourer. 

Harriet dau : of Abraham & Hannah Cooper, labourer. 
Susan dau : of Isaac & Sarah Race, labourer. 
Jane dau : of William & Harriot (Burgess) Eade, servant. 
Benjamin son of Thomas & Keziah (Rayner) Pryke, black- 
smith. 
May 25. Mary Ann dau : of John & Frances (Fanny) (Pickering) 
Simkin, thatcher. 
Thomas son of William & Sarah (King) Palmer, labourer. 
Ann dau : of Simon & Mary (Ling) Last, labourer. 
Harriet dau : of John & Harriet (Powell) Short, labourer. 
Frederick Turnor son of William Bacon & Mary Ann (Cooke) 
Wigson, gent. 
Sept. 6. Robert son of Robert & Mary (Musk) Gooch of Bury St, 
I^dmundS] bricklayer. 



Aug. 


10. 


Aug. 


31- 


Sept. 


7 


Oct. 


4' 


Nov. 


16. 


Nov. 


23- 


Dec. 


21. 


Dec. 


23- 


Jan. 


27. 


Feb. 


6. 


March 


I. 


March 


29. 


April 


9- 



June 


10. 


June 


15- 


June 


21. 


July 


10. 



HORRtNGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 89 

James Cook son of Joseph & Ann (Cook) Miseman, labourer. 
\\'illiani son of Robert & Sarah (Blose) Wells, labourer. 
Caroline dau : of John & Mary (Pryke) Elsden, labourer. 
Betsy dau : of Robert & Peggy (Drake) Ridnell, labourer. 
Emma dau: of James & Sophia (Last) Ramplin, labourer. 
Alice dau : of Philip & Anne (Goodchild) Meadows, labourer. 
Mark son of Theodorus & Mary (Steed) Harrison, bricklayer. 

April 19, 1825. 
Ann dau : of John & Mary (Lanham) Winch, labourer. 
Elias son of James & Sarah (Winter) Elliss, labourer. 

1830. Jan. 3. Harriet dau: of George & Sarah (Bird) Tweed, labourer. 
Elizabeth Emma dau: of Charles & Harriet (Sale) Nunn, 

servant. 
James Josiah Tregellas son of Sophia Hammond. 
Maria dau: of John & Elizabeth (Adkin) Moss, joiner. 
Marianne dau : of Phillis Lennard. 

Jane dau : of Richard & Susan (Crack) Cockerill, labourer. 
Susannah dau : of William & Sarah (Thorogood) Willingham, 

labourer. 
Marianne dau: of William & Elizabeth (Fitch) King, labourer. 
Anne dau : of \\'illiam & Esther (Saunders) Cook, labourer. 
Susan dau: of Stephen & Sarah (Sharp) Musk, labourer. 
George son of George & Susan (Nelson) Musk, labourer. 
Lucy Adalaide dau : of Henry & Mary (Sale) Grimwood, 

wheelwright. 
Oct. 6. Penelope Heigham dau: of Edward & Mary Anna Penelope 

(Heigham) Gould, clerk. 
Maria dau : of William & Tabitha (Copsey) Root, carpenter. 
Valentine John son of John & Sarah (Green) Edwards, 

wheelwright. 
Ann dau : of Thomas & Mary (King) Goodchild, labourer. 
Susannah dau: of John & Mary (Last) W'ing, labourer. 

1831. Jan. g. Lucy dau: of George & Sarah (Bird) Tweed, labourer. 
William son of William & Rachel (Cater, Rowe) Elsden, 

ki)ourer, 



Sept. 


6. 


Sept. 


13- 


Sept. 


20. 


Oct. 


18. 


Nov. 


I. 


Nov. 


I. 


Nov. 


4- 


Dec. 


14. 


Dec. 


27. 


Jan. 


3- 


Jan. 


17- 


Jan. 


17- 


Feb. 


12. 


April 


II. 


May 


30- 


May 


30- 


July 


4- 


July 


31- 


Aug. 


2. 


Aug. 


15- 


Aug. 


22. 



Oct. 


24. 


Oct. 


25- 


Oct. 


31- 


Nov. 


8. 


Jan. 


9- 


Jan. 


22. 



go HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 

Jan. 28. Elijah son of Thomas & Keziah (Raynham) Pryke, 

blacksmith. 
Harriet dau : of Richard & Susan (Crack) Cockeril, labourer. 
Amy dau: of William & Sarah (King) Palmer, labourer. 
Amelia dau: of John & Charlotte (Newman) Sergeant, 

labourer. 
James son of George & Mary (Gooch) Farrents, blacksmith. 
Harriet dau: of Robert & Peggy (Drake) Ridnall, labourer. 
James son of Simon & Mary (Ling) Last, labourer. 
Eliza dau : of Thomas & Ann (Boyce) Thompson, shoemaker. 
William son of Robert & Ann (Plumb) Pearson of Ickworth, 

farmer. 
William son of George & Sarah (Tricker) Cooper, dealer. 
Frederick son of Zechariah & Sarah (Martin) Mayes, 

labourer. 
James son of James & Mary (Long) Langham, shepherd. 
Sarah dau : of William & Frances (Death) Wheeler, 

labourer. 
June 25. Emma dau : of William Bacon & Mary Ann (Cooke) Wigson, 

gent. July 23, 1822, 
Ann do. do. Born March 31, 1828, 
Adelaide Jane do do. Born April 24, 1831. 
Thomas son of John & Mary (Cook) Copsey, labourer. 
William son of William & Jane (Burgess) Eade, servant. 
Emma dau : of William & Tabitha (Copsey) Root, labourer. 
Susannah dau : of Matthew & Jane (Balls) Gostwick, shepherd. 
Catharine Maria dau : of Edward & Mary Anna Penelope 

(Heigham) Gould, clerk. 
Robert son of Jeremiah & Mary (Liles) Ebbens, servant. 
Jane dau : of Joseph & Ann (Cook) Miseman, labourer. 
Maria dau : of John & Elizabeth (Payne) Smith, labourer. 
Henry son of William & Anne (Arbon) Sale, labourer. 
Benjamin Pearman son of James & Hannah (Pearman) 

Pryke of Mildenhall, blacksmith. 
1832, Jan. 16. Eliza dau : of William & Marianne (Palfrey) Brown, labourer. 



Feb. 


22. 


April 


II. 


May 


8. 


May 


8. 


May 


21. 


May 


22. 


May 


22. 


May 


23- 


June 


I. 


June 


5- 


June 


19. 


June 


23- 



& 




& 




July 


31' 


Sept. 


4 


Sept. 


II 


Sept. 


18, 


Nov. 


13 


Dec. 


I, 


Dec. 


5' 


Dec. 


25 


Dec. 


25' 


Dec. 


25' 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



9t 



Jan. 


22. 


Feb. 


6. 


Feb. 


14, 


Feb. 


19, 


Feb. 


21. 


March 


13' 


April 


I, 


April 


15' 


April 


22. 


May 


4- 


June 


3- 


June 


10. 


June 


17- 


June 


26. 


July 


30. 


Aug. 


15- 


Sept. 


2. 


Sept. 


12. 


Sept. 


16. 


Nov. 


I. 


Nov. 


4- 


Nov. 


II. 


Dec. 


7- 


Dec. 


25- 


1833. Jan. 


7- 


Feb. 


8. 


Feb. 


16. 


Feb. 


24. 



Marianne dau : of John & Harriet (Rutter) Bullass. 

Thomas son of John & Frances (Pickering) Simkin, thatcher. 

William Gardiner son of Harriet Smith. 

Mary Ann dau : of Sarah Windward. 

Susan dau : of Isaac & Caroline (Linge) Race, labourer. 

Charles son of Matthew & Marianne (Boggis) Miseman, 
labourer. 

Maria dau : of Robert & Sarah (Blois) Wells, labourer. 

William son of George & Anna Maria (Ambrose) Brewster, 
stonemason. 

Jane dau : of Robert & Mary (Cater) Elsden, labourer. 
Sarah Elizabeth dau : of Stephen & Sarah (Sharp) Musk, 

labourer. 
Charles son of James & Sophia (Crack) Ramplin, labourer. 
Louisa dau : of Robert & Anne (Boyce) Thompson, shoe- 
maker. 
James son of John & Mary (Pryke) Elsden, labourer. 
Sarah dau : of Thomas & Mary (King) Goodchild, labourer. 
John son of Abraham & Hannah (Crack) Cooper, labourer. 
James son of Philip & Anne (Goodchild) Meadows, labourer. 
Marianne dau : of James & Sarah (Winter) EUiss, labourer. 
Harriet dau . of Thomas & Kezia (Rayner) Pryke, black- 
smith. 
Ada Georgiana dau : of Henry & Maria (Creed) Watson, gent. 
John Elsden son of Susan Death, of Borley, Essex. 
Maria dau: of James & Susannah (Lanham) Byford, farmer. 
Maria dau : of George & Jane (Nelson) Musk, labourer. 
Thomas son of George & Sarah (Bird) Tweed, labourer. 
Jane dau : of John & Harriet (Powel) Short, stonemason. 
Septimus Seaven son of William Bacon & Mary Anne 

(Cooke) Wigson, gent. 
Susan dau : of Stephen & Sophy (Flack) Paske, labourer. 
James son of James & Esther (Hustler) Death, labourer. 
Anna Maria dau : of John & Charlotte (Newman) Sergeant, 
servant. 



92 



HORRtNGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



March ii. 

March 31. 

April I. 

May 12. 

May 26. 

June g. 

July 7- 

July 13. 

July 21. 

July 27. 

Aug. II. 

Oct. 20. 

Oct. 27. 

Oct. 31. 

Nov. 25. 

Dec. 25. 

Dec. 25. 

1834. Jan. 19. 

Feb. 14. 

March 2. 

March 21. 

March 30. 

April 13. 

May 18. 



Maria dau: of Simon & Mary (Ling) Last, labourer. 
Sophia dau: of WiUiam & Tabitha (Copsey) Root, labourer. 
Lucy dau : of William & Esther (Saunders) Cook, labourer. 
Sophy dau: of WilHam & Elizabeth (Fitch) King, labourer. 
Liddy dau: of William & Sarah (King) Palmer, labourer. 
Jane dau : of Stephen & Sarah (Sharp) Musk, labourer. 
William son of Zechariah & Sarah (Martin) Mayes, labourer. 
Mary Eliza Merelina dau: of Edward & Mary Anna Penelope 

(Heigham) Gould clerk. 
Sarah dau: of William & Rachel (Cater, Rowe) Elsden, 

labourer. 
Ellen dau : of John & Mary Anne (Bullock) Heigho, labourer. 
Robert son of William & Sarah (Bailey) Lilley, labourer. 
Jane dau : of John & Mary (Lanham) Winch, labourer. 
Hannah dau : of John & Mary (Goldson, Crack) Pallant of 

Walsh am. 
Elizabeth dau: of Philip & Anne (Goodchild) Meadows, 

labourer. 
Elizabeth dau: of Joseph & Mary (Gumming) Bridgman, 

labourer. 
William son of Richard & Susan (Crack) Cockerill, labourer. 
EHzabeth Jane dau: of William & Anne (Arbon) Sale, 

labourer. 
Sophia dau: of William & Mary Ann (Palfrey) Brown, 

labourer. 
Kenelm William son of John & Sarah (Green) Edwards, 

wheelwright. 
Marianne dau: of Joseph & Marianne (Sillet) Mayhew, 

publican. 
James Matthias son of James Matthias & Abigail (Lloyd) 

Brewster, stonemason. 
Robert David son of John & Harriet (Rutter) Bullass, 

labourer. 
George son of Roger & EHza (Ponder) Dakin, bricklayer. 
Thomas son of Robert & Peggy (Drake) Ridnall, labourer. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



93 



1835. 



May 18. 



May 20. 



May 25. 



June 


8. 


June 


9- 


June 


15- 


July 


13- 


Aug. 


10, 


Aug. 


17' 


Aug. 


20. 


Aug. 


24. 


Sept. 


7- 


Sept. 


7- 


Sept. 


21, 


Oct. 


5- 


Oct. 


19, 


Oct. 


26. 


Nov. 


7- 


Nov. 


23- 


Nov. 


29. 


Dec. 


25- 


Dec. 


28, 


Feb. 


16. 


March 


8 


March 


15 


March 


25 



of Jeremiah & Mary (Liles) Ebbens, labourer, 
of William & Marianne (Mison) King, labourer. 



Robert James son of Robert & Anne (Boyce) Thompson 

shoemaker. 
George son of Matthew & Marianne (Boggis) Mison, 

labourer. 
Jane dau : of Ezekiel & Charlotte (Naylor) Durrant, 

labourer. 
Sarah dau 
Lucy dau : 

July, 1832. 
Jane dau : of George & Jane (Nelson) Musk, labourer. 
Sarah dau : of James & Esther (Hustler) Death, labourer. 
Marianne dau : of Henry & Susan (Musk) Crooks, servant. 
Eliza dau : of John & Mary (Pryke) Elsden, labourer. 
Marianne dau : of George & Sarah (Tricker) Cooper, dealer. 
Rebecca dau : of Isaac & Caroline (Ling) Race, labourer. 
Anna Maria dau : of John & Frances (Pickering) Simpkin, 

thatcher. 
Emma Eliza dau : of Mary Mison. 
George William son of Charles & Sarah (Lilly) Canham, 

gamekeeper. 
George son of James & Sophia (Last) Ramplin, labourer. 
Thomas son of Thomas & Keziah (Rainer) Pryke, blacksmith. 
Martha dau : of James & Mary Anne (Smith) Blencowe of 

Horsecroft, labourer. 
George son of George & Sophia (Bailey) Buckle, labourer. 
Sophia dau: of James & Lucy (Ramplin) Boreham, labourer. 
Susan dau : of John & Mary (Cooke) Copsey, labourer. 
Daniel son of James & Sarah (Winter) Ellis, labourer. 
Anne Elizabeth dau : of George & Anna Maria (Ambrose) 

Brewster, stonemason. 
John son of John & Charlotte (Newman) Sergeant, labourer. 
Stephen son of Stephen & Sophia (Flack) Paske, labourer. 
Sarah Anne dau : of Joseph & Anne (Cooke) Mison, labourer. 
Marianne dau : of David & Elizabeth (Harris) Hammond, 

labourer, 



94 HORRTNGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



April 2. Memorandum from certificate. May 12, 1831, Baptized at 

the English Episcopal Chapel, Elizabeth dau : of Isaac & 

Charlotte Brooke of St. Servan, Department of lUe & 

Vilaine, by J. T. Mansel, Off : Min : of St. Servan. 
April 2. Memorandum from Certificate. Nov. 11, 1832, Arthur 

George son of Isaac & Charlotte Brooke of St. Helier in the 

Island of Jersey, by C. Hue, Rector of St. Helier. 
Emma dau : of Joseph & Marianne (Sillet) Mayhew, publican. 
Henry William son of Robert & Charlotte (Offord) Edwards, 

wheelwright. 
George son of George & Elizabeth (Bull) Crack, labourer. 
Mary dau : of Thomas & Mary (King) Goodchild, labourer. 
Henry James son of William & Sarah (King) Palmer, 

labourer. 
Maria dau : of John & Maria (Cable) Bridges, labourer. 
Edmund John son of William & Cordelia (Death) Kirrage, 

bricklayer. 
Susan dau : of George & Sarah (Bird) Tweed, labourer. 
Sarah Anne dau : of Zechariah & Sarah (Mountain) Mayes, 

labourer. 
Henry son of William & Sarah (Bailey) Lilly, labourer. 
George son of Abraham & Hannah (Crack) Cooper, labourer. 
Richard Edgar son of John & Elizabeth (Edgar) Sturgeon, 

farmer. 
Dec. 3. Ezekiel son of Ezekiel & Charlotte (Naylor) Durrant, 

labourer. 
Dec. 13. Susan dau: of Matthew & Mary Anne (Boggis) Mison, 

labourer. 
Elizabeth dau : of Simon & Mary (Ling) Last, labourer. 
Elizabeth dau: of James & Esther (Hustler) Death, labourer. 
Agnes dau: of William & Tabitha (Copsey) Root, labourer. 
1836. Jan. 17. John son of John & Mary (Everet) Lanham, labourer. 

George son of Robert & Harriet (Tweed) Petch, gardener. 
Marianne dau: of William & Rachel (Cater, Rowe) Elsden, 

labourer. 



April 


5- 


April 


17- 


May 


13- 


June 


7. 


June 


28. 


July 


12. 


Aug. 


2. 


Aug. 


23- 


Aug. 


23- 


Oct. 


18. 


Oct. 


18. 


Nov. 


17- 



Dec. 


18, 


Dec. 


20, 


Dec. 


27. 


Jan. 


17. 


Feb. 


2, 


Feb. 


8, 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



95 



Feb. 22. 

March lo. 

April 12. 

May 15. 



May 


22. 


June 


3' 


June 


3' 


July 


17' 


Aug. 


24, 


Aug. 


28. 


Sept. 


5' 


Sept. 


18. 


Oct. 


30- 



Nov. 27. 

Dec. 6. 

Dec. ig. 

Dec. 28. 

1837. Jan. 15. 

March 9. 

March 12. 

March ig. 

March 23. 

March 26. 

March 26. 



Marianne dau: of Richard & Susan (Crack) Cockerill, 
labourer. 

Thomas son of John & Harriet (Rutter) Bullass, labourer. 

Eliza Ann dau: of James Mathew & Eliza (Lowe) Scarling, 
gent. 

Mary Anne dau: of Robert & Anne (Boyce) Thompson, 
shoemaker. 

Sarah dau: of William & Ann (Arborn) Sale, labourer. 

Eliza dau : of Isaac & Caroline (Linge) Race, labourer. 

William son of George & Sophia (Bayley) Buckle, labourer. 

Susan dau: of Henry & Susan (Musk) Brooks, shoemaker. 

Ann EHzabeth dau : of William & Mary Anne (Mison) King, 
labourer. 

Emma dau: of James & Susanna (Lanham) Byford, carter. 

Sarah Ann dau: of Thomas & Keziah (Rayner) Pryke, 
blacksmith. 

Eliza dau : of Robert & Eliza (Crowe) Hammond, labourer. 

Frederick son of James & Ann (Double) Vincent of Bury, 
labourer. 

James Anthony son of Anthony & Mary Anne (Pryke) 
Michnelly of London, plasterer. 

Jane dau : of Thomas & Agnes (Attree) Turner, farmer. 

Sarah dau: of Jermyn & Sarah (Wells) Lewis, shoemaker. 

Sarah Anne dau : of Robert & Elizabeth (Willingham) Cooke, 
labourer. 

Anna Maria dau : of Thomas Grimwood & Elizabeth 
(Ambrose) Saunders, wheelwright. 

Johnson son of Joseph & Mary Ann (Sillett) Mayhew, inn- 
keeper. 

Rebekah dau : of James & Sarah (Winter) Ellis, labourer. 

Maria dau : of George & Jane (Nelson) Musk, labourer. 

Thomas Orgill son of Susanna Partridge. March i, 1836. 

Mary Anne dau : of Thomas & Sophia (Hammond) Catch- 
pole, labourer. 

John son of David & Elizabeth (Harris) Hammond, labourer. 



96 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



March 26. 
April 2. 



April 2. 

April 2. 

April 4. 

April 16. 



April 


16. 


May 


7- 


June 


5' 


June 


II. 


June 


18. 


June 


18, 


July 


9 


July 


16, 



July 



23- 





Aug. 


6, 




Aug. 


20, 




Aug. 


20. 




Oct. 


2. 




Oct. 


22. 




Dec. 


25- 


1838. 


Jan. 


28. 




Feb. 


14. 




March 


25. 



Sophia dau : of James & Lucy (Ramplin) Boreham, labourer. 
Jeremiah, born Dec. 11, 1814: William, Sept. 3, 1817 : 

Elizabeth, Nov. 9, i8ig : Mary, Nov. g. 1819 : George, 

May 12, 1821 : children of Jeremiah & Mary (Grimwood) 

Saunders, shoemaker. 
Sarah dau : of Edward & Jane (Arbon) Green, labourer. 
Charles son of John & Mary (Pryke) Elsdon, labourer. 
Georgiana dau: of John & Mary Ann (Garwood) Kemp, 

farmer. 
Thomas Grimwood son of Jeremiah & Mary (Grimwood) 

Sanders, shoemaker. Jan. 11, 18 14. 
Josiah son Of do do do. Feb. 28, 1816. 
Thomas son of James & Esther (Hustler) Death, labourer. 
Mary Anne dau : of John & Mary (Cook) Copsey, labourer. 
Martha Susanna dau : of William & Sarah (King) Palmer of 

Westley, labourer. 
Jane dau : of John & Maria (Cable) Bridge, labourer. 
James Cuming son of Joseph & Mary (Cuming) Bridgman, 

butcher. May 29, 1836. 
Caroline dau : of do do do. Dec. 2, 1828. 
Joseph Edmund son of John & Elizabeth (Edgar) Sturgeon, 

farmer. 
Sarah Ann dau : of John & Frances (Pickering) Simpkin, 

thatcher. 
James son of Robert & Elizabeth (Perry) Gooch, bricklayer. 
Sophia dau : of Zechariah & Sarah (Martin) Mayes, labourer. 
Jane dau: of Stephen & Sophia (Flack) Pask, labourer. 
James Henry son of James Matthew & Eliza (Lowe) Scarling, 

gent. 
John Baker son of Robert & Mary Ann (Baker) Rooks, labourer. 
Sarah Charlotte dau: of John & Harriet (Rutter) Bullass, 

labourer. 
Marianne dau: of John & Harriet (Smith) Green, carpenter. 
Arabella dau: of John & Sarah (Green) Edwards, wheelwright. 
Alice dgiu: of Thomas & Mary (King) Goodchild, labourer, 



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97 



April 


I 


June 


8, 


June 


17- 


Aug. 


26. 


Sept. 


2. 


Sept. 


7- 


Sept. 


3o- 



Sept. 30. 



Oct. 


28. 


Nov. 


4- 


Dec. 


9- 


Dec. 


16. 


Dec. 


23- 


Dec. 


23- 


839. Jan. 


13- 


Jan. 


27. 


Feb. 


10. 


March 


10. 


March 


31- 


April 


7. 


June 


16. 


June 


16. 


June 


26. 


July 


7- 


July 


17- 



Alfred son of Robert & Harriet (Tweed) Fetch, gardener. 
Esther wife of John Stutter gent. & dau : of Thomas & Mary 

Gill, gent, of Bury St. Edmunds. 
John son of William & Mary (Coe) Spalding, labourer. 
WilHam son of George & Anne (Goodliffe) Cater, labourer. 
Emma dau: of Jermyn & Sarah (Wells) Lewis, shoemaker. 
Thomas son of Thomas & Agnes (Attree) Turner, gent. 
Robert son of William & Sarah (Thorogood) Willingham, 

labourer. 
Esther dau: of Robert & Elizabeth (Willingham) Cooke, 

labourer. 
Emily dau: of James & Hannah (Holmes) Clarke, labourer. 
Maria dau: of Edward & Jane (Arbon) Green, labourer. 
Elizabeth dau: of James & Suzanna (Langham) Byford, 

carter. 
Emma dau : of William & Tabitha (Copsey) Root, labourer. 
Mary Anne dau: of William & Sarah (Bailey) Lilley, 

labourer. 
Thomas William son of Thomas & Elizabeth (Ambrose) 

Saunders, wheelwright. 
Joseph son of Joseph & Mary Anne (Sillett) Mayhew of Bury, 

innkeeper. 
Thomas son of John & Mary (Everet) Langham, labourer. 
Maria dau : of George & Sarah (Tricker) Cooper, butcher. 
John Thomas son of Thomas & Amy (Martin) Barker, 

brickmaker. 
Wilham Nunn son of William & Eliza (Nunn) Makup, labourer. 
George son of William & Rachel (Rowe) Elsden, labourer. 
Charles son of John & Frances (Pickering) Simpkin, 

thatcher. 
Sarah dau: of Henry & Suzan (Musk) Crooks, shoemaker. 
James son of Isaac & Caroline (Linge) Race, labourer. 
Maria dau: of William & Anne (Arborn) Sale, labourer. 
Mary Anne dau: of Robert & Mary Anne (Baker) Rooks, 
labourer. 



98 



HORRTNGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



July 


28. 


Aug. 


II. 


Aug. 


II. 


Aug. 


II. 


Aug. 


24. 


Sept. 


22. 


Sept. 


26. 


Oct. 


6. 



Oct. 6. 

Nov. 5. 

Nov. 10. 

Nov. 24. 

1840. Jan. 12. 

Feb. g. 

Feb. g. 

Feb. 23. 

March i. 

March 22. 

April ig. 

April 26. 

April 26. 

May 17. 

June 21, 

July 5- 

Sept. 6. 



Abraham son of John & Mary (Pryke) Elsden, labourer. 
Maria dau: of Simon & Mary (Ling) Last. Jan. 21, 1833. 
Elizabeth dau : of do do. Sept. 14, 1835. 
James son of do do. June 24, i83g. 

Joseph son of John & Maria (Cable) Bridge, labourer. 
Emma dau : of James & Sarah (Winter) Ellis, labourer. 
Susan dau: of Thomas & Mary (King) Goodchild, labourer. 
Joseph son of Joseph & Elizabeth (Winch) Farrants, black- 
smith. 
George son of William & Mary Anne (Palfrey) Brown, 

labourer. 
Edward son of George & Jane (Nelson) Musk, labourer. 
George son of Richard & Susan (Crack) Cockrill, labourer. 
Martha dau: of Thomas & Sophia (Hammond) Catchpole, 

labourer. 
Jane dau : of Daniel & Harriet (Evered) Jolly, labourer. 
Harriet Martha dau : of John & Harriet (Rutter) Bullass, 

labourer. 
William son of Henry & Emily (Doel), Cater, labourer. 
Sarah dau : of Sarah Buckle. 
Elizabeth dau ; of John & Charlotte (Newman) Sergeant, 

labourer. 
Anne dau : of William & Mary (Coe) Spalding, labourer. 
Henry Harrold son of Thomas & Sarah (Ridnall), Wade, 

labourer. 
John Michael son of John & Elizabeth (Edgar) Sturgeon, 

farmer. 
Elizabeth dau : of Thomas & Elizabeth (Ambrose) Saunders, 

wheelwright. 
Emily dau : of Zachariah & Sarah (Martin) Mays, labourer. 
Amos Green son of John & Sarah (Green) Edwards, wheel- 
wright. 
Esther dau : of Isaac & Caroline (Linge) Race, labourer. 
Amy Sabina dau : of John & Elizabeth (Root) Bowers, 

wheelwright. 



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99 



Sept. 28, 

Oct. 13. 

Oct. 14. 

Nov. 8. 

Nov. 29. 

Dec. 24. 

1841. Jan. 20. 

Feb. 14. 

March 28. 

April 13. 

May 2. 

June 13. 

July 20. 



Aug. 8. 



Aug. 22. 

Aug. 22. 

Aug. 22. 

Aug. 29. 

Sept. 12. 

Sept. 19. 

Oct. 3. 

Oct. 3. 

Oct. 24. 



Amy dau : of George & Sarah (Bird) Tweed, shopkeeper. 

Charles son of Robert & Anne (Cater) Cobbing, labourer. 

Louisa Harriot dau : of George Innes & Rachel (Bevan) 
Bevan, gent. 

Margaret Anne dau : of James & Susannah (Langham) 
Byford, carter. 

Eliza dau : of William & Eliza (Nunn) Makup, labourer. 

Elizabeth dau : of Joseph & Elizabeth (Winch) Farrants, 
blacksmith. 

Phoebe dau : of Cornelius & Clare (Boswell) Smith, of no 
regular abode, Hargrave parish, tinker. 

Betsy dau : of Isaac & Mary (Cage) Boreham, labourer. 

Amy dau : of Mary Cook. 

Thomas Underwood son of John & Elizabeth Ann (Under- 
wood) Josslyn, innkeeper. 

William Henry son of Mary Anne Willingham. 

William son of George & Sarah (Tricker) Cooper, jobber. 

Thomas Ramsey son of William & Emily (Ramsey) Gardiner 
of Bury, farmer. 

Jane Elizabeth dau : of John & Elizabeth (Edgar) Sturgeon, 
farmer. 

Charles son of James & Lucy (Rampling) Boreham, labourer, 
Sept. 12, 1838. 

Richard son of do do do. March 28, 1841. 

Anne dau : of William & Mary Anne (Spalding) Boreham, 
labourer. 

Robert son of Elijah & Louisa (Lambert) Deacon, brick- 
maker. 

Mary Anne dau : of Jermyn & Sarah (Wells) Lewus, shoe- 
maker. 

James son of William & Anne (Arbon) Sale, labourer. 

William son of Robert & Dorothy (Cawston) Avis, labourer. 

Edward Stephen son of George & Jane (Nelson) Musk 
labourer. 

Fanny dau : of John & Frances (Pickering) Simpkin, thatcher . 



Nov. 


14. 


Jan. 


2. 


Jan. 


2. 


Jan. 


15- 


Jan. 


23- 


March 


27. 


April 


3- 


April 


24. 


May 


23- 



100 HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 

Nov. 7. James son of William & Mary Anne (Palfrey) Brown, 

labourer. 
Nov. 14. Henry son of Thomas Grimwood & Elizabeth (Ambrose) 

Saunders, wheelwright. 
Helen dau : of William & Elizabeth (Bailey) Lilly, labourer. 

1842. Jan. 2. CaroHne dau: of George & Harriet (Harrold) Brown, 
labourer. 

Henry son of John & Mary (Evered) Langham, labourer. 

Eliza dau: of William & Mary Anne (Wyard) Last, labourer. 

Elizabeth dau: of James & Sarah (Winter) Elliss, labourer. 

Amos Lionel son of John & Harriet (Smith) Green, carpenter. 

John son of William & Rachel (Rowe) Elsden, labourer. 

Anne dau : of William & Mary (Coe) Spalding, labourer. 

George Buchanan son of George Innes & Rachel (Bevan) 
Bevan, esquire. 
May 29. Matilda dau: of John & Eliza (Maclean) Hitchings, of Bury, 
plasterer. Jan. 15, 1840. 

Byron son of do do. Dec. 2, 1841. 

Harriet dau : of Henry & Emily (Doel) Cater, labourer. 

Elizabeth dau : of Zechariah & Sarah (Martin) Mays, 
labourer. 
Aug. 7. William son of William & Mary (Saunders) Payne, shoe- 
maker. 
Aug. 4. Anne dau : of Enoch & Mary Anne (Aldrich) Martin, groom. 
Sept. 4. Elizabeth dau : of Henry & Susan (Musk) Crooks, shoe- 
maker. 
Sept. II. Anne dau: of Isaac & Mary Anne (Cage) Boreham, shoe- 
maker. 

Sarah dau : of John & Maria (Cable) Bridge, labourer. 

Sarah dau : of William & Caroline (Cooper) Sanders, tailor. 

Obadiah son of John & Sarah (Green) Edwards, wheelwright. 

Emma Anne dau : of William & Sarah (King) Palmer of 
Westley,. labourer. 

John son of Thomas & Sarah (Ridnall) Wade, labourer. 

1843. Jan. I. Henry son of John & EHzabeth (Root) Bowers, labourer. 



May 


29. 


July 


10. 


July 


31- 



Sept. 


18. 


Oct. 


15- 


Oct. 


30- 


Nov. 


29. 


Dec. 


25- 


Jan. 


I, 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



lot 



Jan. 


8. 


Jan. 


15- 


Feb. 


5- 


Feb. 


20. 


March 


19. 


March 


ig. 


March 


26. 


April 


4- 


April 


23- 


April 


20. 


May 


21. 


May 


28. 


June 


4- 



June 4. 

July 23. 

Aug. 8. 

Aug. 13. 

Aug. 20. 

Sept. 17. 

Oct. I. 

Oct. 29. 

Nov. 5. 

Dec. 22, 



George son of William & Suzan (Flack) Nunn, labourer. 
John son of James & Mary (Cook) Boreham, labourer. 
Mary Anne dau : of Henry & Mary Anne (Willingham) Last, 

labourer. 
Emily Wayte dau : of William & Emily (Ramsey) Gardiner, 

farmer. 
Emma dau : of John & Charlotte (Newman) Sergeant, 

labourer. 
Katharine dau : of John & Sarah Anne (Simpson) Debenham, 

blacksmith. 
Caroline dau : of William & Mary Anne (Palfrey) Brown, 

labourer. 
Rebecca dau : of Thomas & Elizabeth (Ambrose) Saunders, 

wheelwright. 
Harriet dau : of Thomas & Amy (Martin) Parker, labourer. 
Hercules son of Joiner & Sarah (Smith) Buckley, of no 

regular abode, tinker & grinder. 
Emily dau : of James & Lucy (Ramplin) Boreham, labourer. 
Mary dau : of Robert & Anne (Cater) Cobbing, labourer. 
Hannah dau: of William & Tabitha (Copsey) Root, car- 
penter. 
Eliza Helen dau : of Jonathan & Jemima (Champ) Bugg, 

bailiff. 
Lucy dau : of Robert &. Dorothy (Cawston) Avis, labourer. 
Charles son of George & Susan (Coe) Brown, servant. 
Anna Louisa and Frederick William, twin children of John 

& Elizabeth (Edgar) Sturgeon, farmer. 
William son of George & Mary (Last) Cater, labourer. 
Rebecca dau : of John & Mary (Pryke) Elsden, labourer. 
Henry son of William & Eliza (Nunn) Makup, groom. 
Sophia dau : of Thomas & Sophia (Hammond) Catchpole, 

labourer. 
Susanna dau : of Joseph & Elizabeth (Winch) Farrants, 

blacksmith. 
William son of Charles Sc Anne (Sale) Levett, labourer. 



162 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAI>T1SMS. 



Dec. 24. 



Dec. 24. 



Dec. 
Dec. 



25- 
25- 



1844. Jan. 24. 

Feb. II. 

March 3. 

April 24. 

April 29. 

May 5. 

May 19. 

May 27. 



June 


9- 


June 


18. 


June 


23' 


July 


28, 


Sept. 


15- 


Oct. 


6. 


Oct. 


6. 


Oct. 


13- 


Nov. 


3- 


Dec. 


3- 


Dec. 


29. 


1845. Jan. 


5- 


Jan. 


5- 


Feb. 


5- 



Louisa dau : of Isaac & Mary Anne (Cage) Boreham, shoe- 
maker. 
Joseph William son of William & Mary (Spalding) Boreham, 

labourer. 
William son of John & Elizabeth (Root) Bowers, wheelwright. 
Frederick William son of George & Emily (Pleasants) Root 

of Bury, carpenter. 
Edward son of George Innes & Rachel (Bevan) Bevan, 

esquire. 
Robert son of Stephen & Sophia (Flack) Pask, labourer. 
Thomas son of William & Ann (Arborn) Sale, labourer. 
Thomas son of Thomas & Ann (Crack) Goodchild, labourer. 
Harriet dau : of William & Emily (Ramsey) Gardiner, farmer. 
George son of James & Susan (Langham) Byford, carter. 
Sarah Anne dau : of Robert & Mary (Perrey) Gooch of Bury, 

bricklayer. 
Charlotte Mary dau : of Robert & Charlotte (Offord) Edwards 

of Bury, wheelwright. 
Isaac son of Isaac & Caroline (Ling) Race, labourer. 
Anne dau : of John & Frances (Pickering) Simpkin, thatcher. 
Susanna dau : of Jermyn & Susan (Flack) Lewis, shoemaker. 
John Elijah son of William & Mary (Coe) Spalding, 

labourer. 
Sophia dau : of James & Sarah (Winter) Ellis, labourer. 
Anne dau : of Edward & Eliza (Talbot) Swan, labourer. 
Arthur son of Thomas & Sarah (Ridnal) Wade, labourer. 
Elizabeth dau : of John & Mary (Evered) Langham, labourer. 
George son of John & Maria (Cable) Bridge, labourer. 
Susanna dau : of Samuel & Elizabeth (Cook, Willingham) 

Rowe, labourer. 
William son of Enoch & Marianne Martin, groom. 
Maria dau : of Henry & Mary Ann Last, labourer. 
James son of George & Susan Brown, labourer. 
Arthur Joseph son of Robert & Martha (Smith) Pettitt, 
Uboureri 



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March 2. MaryAnndau: ofZachariah& Sarah (Martin) Mayes, labourer. 
March 2. Amos son of WilHam & Susan (Flack) Nunn, labourer. 
April 6. Emily dau : of Henry & Emily (Dewell) Cater, labourer. 
May 4. Emma dau: of William & Mary Ann (Palfrey) Brown, labourer. 
May II. Henry son of Jonathan & Jemima (Champ) Bugg, bailiff. 

Dec. 18, 1843. 
May II. John son of do do. Dec. 3, 1844. 
May 30. Mary Alice dau : of George Innes & Rachel (Bevan) Bevan, 

esquire. 
June 8. Harriet dau : of James & Mary (Cooke) Boreham, labourer. 
June 29. Eliza dau : of Henry & Eliza (Watts) Edwards, wheelwright. 
July 6. Harriet dau : of Isaac & Mary Ann (Cage) Boreham, labourer. 
July 6. James son of George & Mary Ann (Last) Cater, labourer. 
July 13. Fanny dau: of George & Susan (Cox) Fetch, labourer. 

April, 15, 1842. 

July 20. John Henry son of John & Harriet (Smith) Green, carpenter. 

Sept. 7. William son of Reuben & Susan (Garrard) Alston, policeman. 

Sept. 7. David son of Robert & Dorothea (Cawston) Avis of Horse- 
croft, labourer. 

Sept. 25. William Allen son of William & Emily (Ramsey) Gardiner, 
farmer. 
Betsy dau : of George 8c Mary (Wright) Ridgeon, labourer. 
Ellen dau : of John & Sarah (Simpson) Dedman, blacksmith. 
Joseph son of Joseph & Elisabeth (Winch) Farrents, black- 
smith. 

Dec. 7. Charles son of John & Esther (Vero) Garwood, labourer. 
1846. — — Henry son of John & Mary (Pryke) Elsden, labourer. 
Oct. 16, 1845. 

May 3. James Patrick son of Thomas & Mary Ann (Durrant) Finch, 
labourer. 

May 3. Walter son of Walter & Amelia (Watkinson) Boreham, 
labourer. 

May 3. Abigail dau: of John & Charlotte (Newman) Sergeant, 
labourer. 

June 9i George son of James & Mary (Cook) Boreham, labourer* 



Oct. 


5- 


Nov. 


2. 


Nov. 


9- 



io4 MORRINGER REGlSTERS.-BAI'TlSMS. 



Aug. 


2. 


Aug. 


2. 


Aug. 


l6. 


Aug. 


23- 


Aug. 


23- 


Aug. 


23- 


Aug. 


30- 


Sept. 


6. 


Sept. 


6. 


Oct. 


4- 


Oct. 


4- 



Louisa dau : of John & Harriet (Gill) Rowe, labourer. 
James son of Stephen & Sophy (Flack) Paske, labourer. 
Jane dau : of Isaac & Susan (Ridgeon) Ramplin, labourer. 
Anne dau : of Thomas & Sarah (Ridnal) Wade, labourer. 
Harold son of Benjamin & Elizabeth (Wade) Fayrs of 

Hartest, carpenter. 
Robert son of John & Elizabeth (Root) Bowers, wheelwright. 
George son of W^illiam & Mary (Spalding) Boreham, labourer. 
Robert son of William & Ann (Arborn) Sale, labourer. 
Amy dau : of John & Hannah (Orriss) Palmer, labourer. 
Joseph son of John & Mary (Evered) Lanham, labourer. 
William son of William & Marianne (Palfry) Brown, horse- 
keeper. 
Nov. I. Marianne dau: of Benjamin & Caroline (Emmett) Boling- 
brook, labourer. 
Elisabeth dau : of George & Susan (Coe) Brown, labourer. 
1847. Jan. 4. Lydia dau; of Isaac & Mary Ann (Cage) Boreham, shoe- 

maker. 
Harry son of George & Jane (Nelson) Musk, labourer. 
Arthur son of William & Eliza (Nunn) Metcalf, labourer. 
Eliza dau : of Samuel & Elizabeth (Willingham) Rowe, 
labourer. 
Feb. 14. Delariviere Susan dau : of Thomas & Susan (Root) Orridge, 

labourer. 
Feb. 21. Rachel Georgina dau: of George Innes & Rachel (Bevan) 
Bevan, esquire. 
Harry son of Edward & Betsey (Talbot) Swan of Horsecroft. 
Hannah dau: of Robert & Dorothea (Cawston) Avis of 

Horsecroft, labourer. 
Elisabeth dau : of Elisabeth Paske of Depden, servant. 
Mary Ann dau : of Isaac & Caroline (Linge) Race, labourer. 
John Tricker son of George & Sarah (Tricker) Cooper, 

labourer. 
Isabella dau : of Jermyn & Sarah (Sillett) Lewis, shoemaker. 
Alfred son of Robert & Charlotte (Shave) Osborn, labourer, 



Dec. 


20. 


Jan. 


4- 


Jan. 


4- 


Feb. 


7- 


Feb. 


7- 



Feb. 


21. 


Feb. 


21. 


Feb. 


22. 


March 


7- 


March 


21. 


April 


II. 


May 


2. 



MORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



105 



June 
June 

June 
June 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Oct. 

Nov. 
1848. Jan. 
Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 
April 

May 



6. 
6. 

6. 

20. 

5- 

5- 

3- 
7- 
3- 
6. 

6. 

6. 
21. 



June 


4- 


June 


4- 


July 


16. 


July 


16. 


July 


26. 


July 


30- 


Aug. 


5- 


Aug. 


6. 


Sept. 


3- 


Oct. 




Nov. 


5- 


Dec. 


24. 


1849. Jan. 


7' 



John son of Henry & Mary Ann (Willingham) Last, labourer. 
Henry James son of James & Susanna (Langham) Byford, 

carter. 
Eliza dau : of Henry & Emily (Doel) Cater, labourer. 
John son of George & Mary Ann (Last) Cater, labourer. 
James son of Stephen & Sophia (Flack) Pask, labourer. 
Walter son of Walter & Amelia (Watkinson) Boreham, 

labourer. 
John son of John & Fanny (Pickering) Simpkin, labourer. 
Harry son of Robert & Dorothea (Cawston), Alvis, labourer. 
George son of William & Emily (Ramsey) Gardiner, farmer. 
Ann dau : of Thomas & Elizabeth (Ambrose) Saunders, 

wheelwright. 
Caroline dau : of Zachariah & Sarah (Martin) Mayes, 

labourer. 
John son of George & Harriet (Boreham) Gooch, labourer. 
William son of William Gardiner & Susanna (Winch) 

Edwards, wheelwright. 
Ernest George son of George Innes & Rachel (Bevan) 

Bevan, esquire. 
James son of William & Harriet (Root) Fenton, labourer. 
Sarah dau : of John & Hannah (Orriss) Palmer, labourer. 
Frederick son of Jonathan & Jemima (Champ) Bugg. Dec. 

5, 1846. 
Emily dau : of do do. INIarch 20, 1848. 
Katharine dau : of John & Harriet (Gill) Rowe, labourer. 
James son of Isaac & Susan (Ridgeon) Rampling, labourer. 
Henry Charles son of Henry & Eliza (Watts) Edwards, 

wheelwright. 
Susan dau : of John & Elizabeth (Root) Bowers, wheelwright. 
Henry son of Edward & Elizabeth (Talbot) Swann, labourer. 
Amy dau : of Isaac & Mary Ann (Cage) Boreham, labourer. 
Jonathan son of Benjamin & Caroline (Emmet) Bolingbroke. 
Elizabeth dau : of James & Mary (Cooke) Boreham, labourer. 
Marianne dau : of John & Mary (Pryke) Elsden, labourer, 



io6 



MORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



Jan. 



Jan. 


7- 


Jan. 


14.. 


March 


4- 


April 


21. 


May 


20. 


May 


27. 


May 


27. 


& 




June 


3- 


June 


3- 



June 



& 




& 




June 


5- 


Aug. 


5- 


Aug. 


5- 


Aug. 


5- 


Aug. 


5- 


Sept. 


2. 


Sept. 


2. 


Sept. 


2. 


Sept. 


2. 


Sept. 


2. 



Henry son of Henry & Marianne (Willingham) Last, 
labourer. 

William son of Thomas & Adehza (Eden) Crack, labourer. 

Anne dau : of John & Elisabeth (Root) Bowers, wheelwright. 

Marianne dau : of William & Marianne (Palfrey) Brown, 
labourer. 

Elizabeth dau : of George & Susan (Coe) Brown, labourer. 

Emma Ann dau : of John & Elisabeth (Root) Bowers, wheel- 
wright. 

Rachel dau : of Samuel & Elisabeth (Cooke, Willingham) 
Rowe, labourer. 

Eliza Elisabeth dau : of Thomas & Mary Anne (Durrant) 
Finch, labourer, 

Robert William son of do do. Twins. 

James son of William & Charlotte (Garwood) Nunn, labourer. 

Charles son of John & Sarah (Simpson) Debenham, black- 
smith. Jan. 21, 1848. 

Abraham son of Robert & Marianne (Baker) Rooks, labourer. 
June, 12, 1842, 

Martha Elisabeth dau: of do do. Oct. 11, 1844, 

Francis son of do do. June 12, 1847. 

Harriet dau : of William & Emily (Ramsey) Gardiner, 
farmer. Aug. 14, 1848. 

Thomas son of George & Marianne (Last) Cater, labourer. 
Dec. 26, 1848. 

William Morley son of James & Anne (Cuthbert) Crack, 
labourer. Aug. 18, 1848. 

Marianne dau : of Henry & Emily (Dewell) Cater, labourer, 

Robert son of Robert & Dorothy (Cawston) Avis, labourer. 

Martha dau : of Isaac & Caroline (Linge) Race, labourer, 

Joseph son of Jonathan & Emma (Richardson) Race, labourer. 

Robert James son of Jermyn & Sarah (Wells) Lewis, shoe- 
maker. 

Hannah dau : of John & Hannah (Orriss) Palmer, bailiff. 

Emily dau : of Joseph & Elizabeth (Winch) Farrants, smith. 



MORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 



107 





& 






Sept. 


30- 




Nov. 


4' 




Dec. 


26, 


1850. 


Jan. 


6. 




Feb. 


I. 



Sept. 9. Walter James son of James Matthew & Caroline (Rogers) 

Scarlin, gent. Nov. 26, 1843, 
Caroline Elisabeth dau : of do do. Dec. 23, 1848. 

Arthur Henry son of Thomas & Anne (Nunn) Arborn, labourer. 
Frederick Niel son of George Innes & Rachel (Bevan) 

Bevan, esquire. 
William Henry son of William Henry & Anne Frances 

(Mathias) Rusbrooke, esquire. 
Alfred Woods son of Richard & Augusta Sarah Hendy 

(Woods) Payne, horsekeeper. 
Georgiana dau : of George & Ann (Smith) Freestone, police- 
man. 
Feb. 3. Henry son of Samuel & Marianne (Pask) Bowers of Bury, 

shepherd. 
Emily dau : of William & Harriet (Root) Fenton, labourer. 
Eliza dau : of James & Anne (Cuthbert) Crack, labourer. 
James son of John & Elisabeth (Warren) Rowe, labourer. 
Kezia dau : of Jonathan & Jemima (Clamp) Bugg, bailiff. 
Emma dau : of Simon & Rachel (Elsden) Last, labourer. 
Valentine son of William & Anne (Arbon) Sale, labourer. 
Sarah dau : of Richard & Susan (Crack) Cockel, labourer. 

Dec. 18, 1847, 
Emma dau : of do do. Aug. 23, 1841, 
Mary Anne dau : of do do. May 5, 1835. 
Emma dau : of Charles & Ann (Sale) Levett, shepherd. 

May 20, 1831. 
2. Martin John son of John Gardner & Susannah (Winch) 

Edwards, wheelwright. 
2. Eliza dau : of George & Susan (Coe) Brown, labourer. 
6. Louisa dau : of Charles & Ann (Sale) Levett, shepherd. 

April 20, 1828. 
I. Ann Elizabeth dau: of Henry & Hannah (Root) Copsey, 

labourer. 
8. Edith Susan Rose dau: of James Matthew & Caroline 

(Rogers) Scarling, gent. 



Feb. 


3< 


Feb. 


3' 


March 


3- 


May 


5- 


May 


5- 


May 


5- 


May 


19. 


& 




& 




May 


26, 



June 
June 

July 

Sept. 
Sept. 



10$ HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BAPTISMS. 

Sept. 8. Emma Ann dau : of Isaac & Susan (Ridgeon) Ramplin, 
labourer. 

Oct. 6. William Herbert son of George & Caroline (Tricker) Pratt, 

wheelwright. 

Nov. 3. George Thomas son of George Farrance & Jane (Hunt) 
Rolfe, farmer. 

Nov. 17. Elizabeth dau : of John & Sarah (Simpson) Dedman,* black- 
smith. 

Dec. 25. Rachel dau : of John & Harriet (Gill) Rowe, labourer. 

*Botli here and in Nov., 1845, Dedman is a mistake in the original Register for Deben- 
ham.— S. H. A, H. 






HORRINGER REGISTERS.— MARRIAGES. 



109 



MARRIAGES. 



Nullum omnino matrimonium hac in parochia celebratum A.D. 1558. 



1559. 


April 


15- 


John Turner 


& 


Christian Browne. 




June 


I. 


John Hande 


& 


Elizabeth Newegate, 




Julie 


25- 


William Wellam 


& 


Grace Mulley. 




Aug. 


24. 


John Wellam 


& 


Margaret Plummer. 




Oct. 


I. 


Robert Barret 


& 


Margaret Bulbrooke. 




Oct. 


25- 


Edmond Kent 


& 


Marian Hydon. 


1560. 


Sept. 


17- 


William Hall 


& 


Anne Reave. 


I56I. 


June 


8. 


Eustace Haward 


& 


Joan Godfrie. 




Aug. 


28. 


Richard Baker 


& 


Anne Ease. 




Sept. 


28. 


Thomas Draklon 


& 


Joane Maio. 


1562. 


Julie 


12. 


Austin Neweport 


& 


Audrie Celie. 


1563- 


Male 


2. 


John Allen 


& 


Katharine Nicolson. 




June 


24. 


John Austin 


& 


Dorothie Lilly. 




Nov. 


22. 


John Lilly 


& 


Margaret Emyn. 




Dec. 


22. 


William Fynn 


& 


Margaret Neale. 




Jan. 


20. 


William Austin 


& 


Margaret Golding. 


1564. 


June 


2. 


William Ostler 


& 


Joane Frauncis. 




Sept. 


24. 


Gyles Roote 


& 


Lienor Hill. 




Jan. 


31- 


John Spinke 


& 


Joane Arber. 




Feb. 


8. 


Bennet Elmer 


& 


Margaret Wellam. 


^5^5- 


Dec. 


23- 


Thomas Spinke 


& 


Dorothie Fastal. 


1566. 


Julie 


4- 


John Edmondes 


& 


Margaret Sillet. 




Oct. 


29. 


Richard Cooper 


& 


Elizabeth Bardwel. 



NuUi matrimonio copulati A.D. 
1568. June 2. Edward Paine 



1567- 



& Katharine Stevens, 



no 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— MARRIAGES. 





Sept. 


26. 


William Braue 


& 


Elizabeth Moore. 




Jan. 


27. 


John Mayo 


& 


Emme Martin 


1569. 


Julie 


28. 


Robert Moody 


& 


Elizabeth Bucknam. 




Aug. 


I. 


Thomas Dytun gent : 


& 


Margaret Jermyn gent. 




Sept. 


15- 


Richard Godfrie 


& 


Philis Ease 




Oct. 


3- 


John Edmondes 


& 


Love Parman. 




Oct. 


16. 


Ralfe South 


& 


Jane Stanton. 




Nov. 


30- 


John Eddouse 


& 


Margaret Frauncis. 


1570- 


Oct. 


17- 


Nicholas Teuerson 


& 


Ann Stekel. 


1571- 


June 


29. 


William Page 


& 


Agnes Goose. 




Oct. 


8. 


Henrie Blagge esquire 


& 


Hester Jermyn gent. 




Oct. 


22. 


John Wrettam 


& 


Alice Wellam. 


1572. 


June 


3- 


John Godfrie 


& 


Tomasyn Saunders. 




June 


19. 


Anthonie White 


& 


Margerie Gurnie. 




June 


26. 


Robert Gipse 


& 


Isabel Goose. 




Julie 


8. 


Jefferie Berrie 


& 


Joane Lucas. 


1573- 


Male 


19. 


Edward Cock 


& 


Agnes Emmyn. 




Aug. 


6. 


Thomas Wellam 


& 


Alice Maio. 


1574- 


Aug. 


24. 


Edmond Gosnolde 


& 


Marie Turner. 




Oct. 


14. 


William Godfrie 


& 


Alice Stanton. 




Oct. 


20. 


Thomas Mallinge 


& 


Thomasin Wetherbie. 




Feb. 


4- 


Laurance Jeffraie 


& 


Dorothie Austin. 


1575- 


June 


14. 


John Benningfield 


& 


Elizabeth Lucas. 




June 


19. 


John Goose 


& 


Alice Reuel. 




Julie 


2. 


Robert Potter 


& 


Katharine Harman. 




Julie 


16. 


Henrie Graiegoose 


& 


Joane Purkes. 




Oct. 


9- 


George Birde 


& 


Dennis Notte. 


1576. 


Oct. 


6. 


Henrie Hawkes 


& 


Alice Miller. 




Dec. 


11. 


Robert Scot 


& 


Elizabeth Lilly. 




Jan. 


15- 


Thomas Corder 


& 


Ann Fishon. 




Feb. 


20. 


John Godfrie 


& 


Margaret Wellam. 


1577- 


Male 


18. 


George Norton 


& 


Rachel Gypse. 




Julie 


I. 


John Bud 


& 


Ann Marten. 




Julie 


29. 


John Gypse 


& 


Eden Mannyng. 




Oct. 


6. 


Robert Sanderson 


& 


Grace Barro, 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— MARRIAGES. 



Ill 





Oct. 


7- 


Robert Bragge 


& 


Margaret Folger. 


1578. 


June 


22. 


William Borne 


& 


Frauncis Stenne. 




Sept. 


3. 


Benet Howe 


& 


Ann Gipse. 




Sept. 


28. 


John Page 


& 


Margaret Booth. 




Feb. 


22. 


James Bouer 


& 


Rose Newegate. 


1579- 


Aug. 


16. 


John Rowland 


& 


Margerie Stokes. 




Sept. 


20, 


Thomas Barrum 


& 


Joane Jelly. 




Oct. 


II. 


Thomas Wellam 


& 


Marie Corder. 




Oct. 


18. 


Gyles Borde 


& 


Margerie Plesaunt. 


1580. 


June 


23- 


John Cutmer 


& 


Ann Burde. 




Julie 


12. 


Thomas Thurston 


& 


Margaret Carver. 




Sept. 


18. 


James Sillet 


& 


Marie Sillet. 




Nov. 


20. 


Thomas Barker 


& 


Margaret Boly. 


I58I. 


June 


18. 


John Yonge 


& 


Margerie Godfrie. 




Julie 


30. 


Thomas Frauncis 


& 


Margaret Lilly. 




Dec. 


ID. 


Henrie Buckenham 


& 


Joane Gipson. 


1582. 


April 


17- 


Luke Earle 


& 


Audrie Ashe. 


1583. 


June 


24. 


William Fuller 


& 


Elizabeth Spalding. 




Oct. 


6. 


Wilham Sawier 


& 


Helen Edgerlie. 


1584. 


Sept. 


21. 


Adam Stevenson 


& 


Joane Starling. 




Oct. 


19. 


Robert Haul 


& 


Agnes Hart. 




Feb. 


24. 


Henrie Bennet 


& 


Elizabeth Wignol. 


1585. 


Aug. 


24. 


Henrie Mahue 


& 


Margaret Wellam. 


1586. 


Julie 


4- 


John Godfrie 


& 


Ahce Swifte. 




Oct. 


17- 


Thomas Garret 


& 


Joane Paic-foote. 




Nov. 


6. 


Robert Perrie 


& 


Ann Maio. 




Feb. 


21. 


Robert Newegate 


& 


EHzabeth Buckenham. 


1587. 


June 


3- 


Thomas Leauer 


& 


Margerie James. 




Julie 


28. 


WilHam Barten 


& 


Marie Turner. 




Oct. 


22. 


James Maio 


& 


Margaret Perrie. 


1588. 


Aug. 


28. 


Thomas Rogers 


& 


Bridget Wincol. 




June 


16. 


William Fishen 


& 


Barbara Sewel. 




Oct. 


6. 


William Tailor 


& 


Ann Brett. 




Dec. 


19. 


Richard Smith 


& 


Margaret Perrie. 




Jan, 


6, 


William Hawsted 


& 


Cicelie Froste, 



112 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— MARRIAGES. 



N 


ulli matrimonio copulati A.D. 1589. 






1590. 


Male 


22. 


Richard Dearson 


& 


Grace Dikes. 




Julie 


14. 


William Fynn 


& 


Joan Buckenam. 




Aug. 


3- 


Holofernes Toaler 


& 


Agnes Fynn. 


1591- 


Male 


9- 


Gregorie Burchenal 


& 


Agnes Friet. 




Julie 


12. 


Barnabie Lilly 


& 


Elizabeth Wellam. 


Nulli matrimonio copulati A.D. 1592. 






1593- 


April 


16. 


John Callowe 


& 


Alice Worldlie. 




Male 


I. 


Edmond Haward 


& 


Alice Andrewes. 




June 


25- 


Robert Adams 


& 


Elizabeth Godfrie. 




Sept, 


16. 


Hugh Langham 


& 


Margaret Brantia. 




Nov. 


I. 


Edward Rose 


& 


Grace Snelling. 




Dec. 


27. 


Edward Cock 


& 


Emme Manning. 


1594- 


April 


I. 


George Clerk 


& 


Elizabeth Digersine. 


Nulli matrimonio conjuncti A.D. 1595. 






1596. 


Sept. 


2. 


William Revel gent. 


& 


Margaret Short. 




Sept. 


20. 


John Sandes 


& 


Margaret Page. 




Oct.^ 


15- 


Thomas Pilgrime 


& 


Susan Godfrie. 


Nullum matrimonium publice initum A.D, 


• 1597- 


1598. 


May 


I. 


John Lumpkin 


& 


Alice Cooper. 




June 


4- 


John Godfrie 


& 


Jane Godfrie. 




Sept. 


10. 


John Paman 


& 


Ann Web. 




Sept. 


21. 


Philip Sowter 


& 


Rose Maio. 


1599- 


Oct. 


18. 


John Engoll 


& 


Mary Eddouse. 


1600. 


Julie 


13- 


Robert Gawte 


& 


Marie Threddar. 




Oct. 


I. 


William Enimyns 


& 


Margaret Sowth. 




Oct. 


19. 


Edward Bulbrooke 


& 


Rose Lillie. 


1601. 


Julie 


12. 


William Haward 


& 


Alise Hobson. 




Sept. 


21. 


Robert Spinke 


& 


Marie Warde. 




Oct. 


II. 


Henrie Froste 


& 


Agnes Newegate. 




Oct. 


29. 


Thomas Bull 


& 


Alice Wellom. 


1602. 


June 


8. 


Edward Payne 


& 


Susan Tyler. 




Sept. 


29. 


Luke Say-wel 


& 


Bridget Browne. 




Sept. 


29. 


John Inhold 


& 


Margaret Deereman. 




Oct. 


3- 


Steeven Hardie 


& 


Bridget Frjet, 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— MARRIAGES. 



113 





Feb. 


24. 


Richard Sillet 


& 


Tomazin Symondes. 




March 


7* 


William Brooke 


& 


Margaret Breate. 


1603. 


Oct. 


23- 


William Bull 


& 


Ann Greene. 




Nov. 


16. 


Isaac Trumble 


& 


Joan Moore. 




Jan. 


31- 


John Dysinge 


& 


Bridget Fynn. 




Feb. 


2. 


Steeven Godfreie 


& 


Marie Lodge. 


1604. 


June 


24. 


Ambrose Goldsmith 


& 


Ann Leach. 


1605. 


June 


24 


Henrie Wellom 


& 


Joan Sillet. 




Oct. 


25- 


Thomas Scot of Burie 


& 


Mercie Stock of Long 
Melford. 




Jan. 


14. 


John Wallis 


& 


Ursula Godfreie. 


1606. 


Julie 


10. 


Leonard Gierke 


& 


Alice Lillie. 




Oct. 


6. 


Edmond Yonges 


& 


Mary Sillet. 




Oct. 


12. 


George Steggel 


& 


Ann Clifford. 




Oct. 


13- 


Edward Godfrey 


& 


Dorothie Godfrey. 


1607. 


May 


24. 


John Button 


& 


Rose Page. 




June 


29. 


Robert Cuttin 


& 


Elizabeth Chinry. 




Sept. 


21. 


Thomas Goldsmith 


& 


Francis King. 




Feb. 


8. 


William Lyng 


& 


Prudence Sowth. 


1608. 


March 


31- 


Ambrose Blagge esquier 


& 


Martha Barbar. 




April 


3- 


Thomas Milbie 


& 


Ann Goose. 




April 


18. 


Thomas Baron 


& 


Amie Welles. 




June 


27. 


Robert Cooe 


& 


Ann Turner, 




June 


29. 


William Bailie 


& 


Frances Edhouse. 




Aug. 


7- 


William Vardie 


& 


Elizabeth Deareman. 




Oct. 


3- 


Henrie Mahewe 


& 


Barbara Hungerson. 




Oct. 


17- 


John Bucchenham 


& 


Dorothie Chinrey. 


1 609. 


Male 


I. 


Frauncis Tomson 


& 


Lettice Fletcher. 




Sept. 


21. 


Jhon Langley 


& 


Elizabeth Bucknam. 




Feb. 


19. 


Thomas Warner 


& 


Margaret B . . ffie. 


I6I0. 


June 


5- 


Humfrey Spinck 


& 


Grace Potter. 




Julie 


I. 


Robert Godfry 


& 


Margaret Wright. 




March 


14. 


Samuel Lyvermore 


& 


Grace Marram. 


I6II. 


April 


15- 


Robert Howton 


& 


Susan Eddouse. 




June 


9- 


Edward Goldson 


& 


Mary Googe, 



114 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— MARRIAGES. 



Oct. 


24. 


Edmund Haward 


& 


Francis Rose. 


Jan. 


16. 


Antonie Fowler 


& 


Elizabeth Tyler. 


1612. June 


28. 


William Waters 


& 


Mary Spencer. 


Sept. 


21. 


Richard Bennol 


& 


Agnes Bennet. 


Jan. 


16. 


Stephan Garrat 


& 


Bridget Flander. 


1613. May 


24. 


Thomas Talbot 


& 


Mary Brooke. 


Aug. 


29. 


John Moore 


& 


Elizabeth Friet. 


Sept. 


23- 


Henry Mahewe 


& 


Susan Lilly. 


Oct. 


19. 


William Taylor 


& 


Margaret Eddouse. 


1615. May 


29. 


John Perkin 


& 


Bridget Page. 


Sept. 


21. 


Thomas Kinge 


& 


Elizabeth Eddouse. 


Oct. 


9- 


George Austin 


& 


Francis Hamand. 


1616. May 


I. 


Thomas May 


& 


Judith Wade. 


May 


9- 


Gilbert Towler 


& 


Anne Burchenall. 


Sept. 


16. 


Edward Paine 


& 


Joane Fynne. 


1617. June 


9- 


Robert Manning 


& 


Anne Newgate. 


June 


16. 


Thomas Wiffin 


& 


Anne Goose. 


July 


14. 


Thomas Trowle 


& 


Francis Manning. 


July 


17- 


John Church 


& 


Rose Bulbrooke. 


July 


24. 


Nicholas Barber gent. 


& 


Mary Birle. 


Jan. 


8. 


Josias Long 


& 


Susan Payne. 


1618. June 


10. 


Anthony Disborow 


& 


Susan Stalling. 


Oct. 


14. 


Robert Bret 


& 


Milesent Sharp. 


Oct. 


28. 


John Baker 


& 


Margaret Buckenham. 


1619. April 


26. 


Robert Spinck 


& 


Francis Godfry. 


June 


24. 


William Wiffin 


& 


Milesent Brett. 


Aug. 


10. 


Jasper Despotine 


& 


Susan Brand. 


Sept. 


29. 


John Fiston 


& 


Agnes Dearson. 


1620. May 


15- 


Josias Winter 


& 


Bridget Mayhew. 


June 


15- 


Robert Manning 


& 


Alice Stegall. 


July 


16. 


Thomas Gooday 


& 


Elizabeth Stegall. 


Sept. 


20. 


John Ingold 


& 


Elizabeth Fuller. 


Oct. 


8. 


Thomas Stephenson 


& 


Elizabeth Munson. 


Nov. 


23- 


John Earner 


& 


Joane Keeble. 


Feb. 


I. 


John Church 


& 


Abigael Threader, 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— MARRIAGES. 



115 



I62I. 


May 


10. 


Benjamin Cooper gent. 


& 


Frances Dannock. 




Sept. 


24. 


Robert Hood 


& 


Dorothe Turner. 




Oct. 


8. 


William Sayer 


& 


Margaret Godfry. 




Oct. 


II. 


John Hayward 


& 


Katherine Cole. 




Nov. 


8. 


James Wiard 


& 


Elizabeth Covell. 




Jan. 


21. 


Vincent Handler 


& 


Barbara Bright. 




Jan. 


SI- 


Henry Turner 


& 


Anne Clarke. 




March 


S' 


Thomas Bright gent. 


& 


Agatha Mileson. 


1622. 


Aug. 


7- 


Thomas Hempsted 


& 


Mary Baron. 


1623. 


July 


28. 


Thomas Baker 


& 


Susan Smith. 




Sept. 


22. 


Edmund Baker 


& 


Anne Wimple. 




Oct. 


I. 


John Church 


& 


Alice Frost. 




Sept. 


21. 


William Ruggle 


& 


Mary Hayward. 


1625. 


April 


13- 


John Sparke 


& 


Rose Ingold. 




May 


23- 


Robert Booty 


& 


Elizabeth Bokenham. 




May 


26. 


Robert Steward 


& 


Elizabeth Sparke. 




June 


8. 


Robert Adams 


& 


Grace Bland. 




Aug. 


4- 


John Hayward 


& 


Barbara Sere. 




Nov. 


10. 


Thomas Hamond 


& 


Alice Parker. 


1626. 


June 


8. 


Robert Cooke 


& 


Bridget Manning. 




Oct. 


14. 


Thomas Mainard 


& 


Rose Ward. 


1627. 


March 


26. 


Edmund Clerk 


& 


Frances Cutteris. 




Oct. 


4- 


Laurence Stebbing 


& 


Francis Peerson. 




Oct. 


IS- 


John Titmouse 


& 


Elizabeth King. 




Oct. 


IS- 


Philip Sturgeon 


& 


Prudence Coppin. 


1628. 


May 


8. 


Henry Wiard 


& 


Jane Godfry. 




Dec. 


3- 


John Sparke 


& 


Brigett Sillet. 


1629. 


Oct. 


I. 


William Chanefeild 


& 


Ann More. 




Feb. 


I. 


WilHam Miller 


& 


Martha Godfrey. 


1630. 


Sept. 


13- 


John Mudd 


& 


Marie Derson. 


1 63 1. 


July 


7- 


George Rouleson 


& 


Barbara Hayward. 




Oct. 


10. 


Henry Mayhewe 


& 


An Finne. 




Jan. 


5- 


Henrie Sillet 


& 


Ann Bouden. 


1633- 


Aug. 


20. 


John Blemell 


& 


Martha Gosnold. 




Sept. 


30. 


William Prior 


& 


Elizabeth Sparke, 



ii6 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— MARRIAGES. 





Oct. 


3- 


John Pocher 


& 


Alice Frost. 




Oct. 


21. 


William Newbery 


& 


Thomasin Fincham. 


1634. 


Julie 


14. 


John Eurn 


& 


Frances Watts. 




Nov. 


3- 


Edward Payne 


& 


Marie EngHsh. 


1635- 


Sept. 


7- 


Nicolas Brett 


& 


Eudolia Paris. 




Oct. 


5- 


George Adkin 


& 


Susan Elmer ? 




Feb. 


II. 


Oliver Briant 


& 


Bridget Kerington. 


1636. 


June 


7- 


Edmund Hayward 


& 


Amie Albon. 


1637. 


Aug. 


3- 


Henery Sparke 


& 


Rebecca Boston. 




Jan. 


17- 


Edward Barret 


& 


Marie Tebbet. 


1638. 


July 


4- 


Thomas Talbot 


& 


Priscilla Parman. 




Aug. 


14. 


Benjamin Lilly 


& 


Dorothy Godfrye. 




Oct. 


I. 


Peter Manning 


& 


Jone Seber. 




March 


21. 


Richard Pepes 


& 


Mary Wincol. 


1639. 


Oct. 


18. 


James Wright 


& 


Frances Mortlemens. 


1640. 


Aug. 


20. 


Edmond Edwards 


& 


Elizabeth Clarke. 


I64I. 


June 


14. 


John Smith 


& 


Margaret Rumbelovv. 




Sept. 


2. 


John Taylor 


& 


Mary Mahue. 




Oct. 


21. 


Henry Mahue 


& 


Margaret Steward. 


1642. 


April 


13- 


John Cotton 


& 


Mary Martyn. 


1643. 


Aug. 


10. 


John Taylor 


& 


Ann Trumble. 




July 


12. 


John Smithe 


& 


Martha How. 




Sept. 


28. 


James Pleasance 


& 


Margaret Steward. 




Oct. 


24. 


Thomas Parker 


& 


Elizabeth W^yard. 




Oct. 


31- 


George Adkin 


& 


Margaret Huny ? [or 
Hurry ?] 




Nov. 


5- 


Stephen Bull 


& 


Katherine Gutteridge. 


1644. 


April 


22. 


Thomas Bennold 


& 


Joane Bucknam. . 


1645. 


Oct. 


2. 


John Goldsmith 


& 


Anne Brett. 


1646. 


Sept. 


24. 


William Wiffen 


& 


Alice Clarke. 




Nov. 


30- 


Thomas Goldsmith 


& 


Joane Bucknam. 


1647. 


April 


19. 


Robert Sharpe 


& 


Susan King. 




June 


23- 


John Ewen 


& 


Elizabeth Toping. 


1653. 


Nov. 


10. 


Samuell Crame 


& 


Cristion Feltham. 




Nov. 


14. 


Robert Howton 


& 


Margrit Allet, 







HORRINGER REGISTERS.- 


-MARRIAGES. 117 




Nov. 


22. 


Ralph Alpsley 


& 


Elezabeth Covell. 




Feb. 


2. 


Josias Wright 


& 


Hester Wyard. 


1654. 


May 


16. 


Francis Sebrooke 


& 


Elizabeth Cowper. 


i66o. 


Jan. 


31- 


Thomas Turner 


& 


■ , 


1661. 


Sept. 


23- 


Thomas Macrow 


& 


Mary Dale. 


1662. 


May 


15- 


John Crick 


& 


Abigail Cooke. 




Sept. 


25- 


Thomas Gipps 


&: 


Mary Bootie. 




Oct. 


2. 


George Smyth 


& 


Jane Ingall. 




Dec. 


23. 


Thomas Spurling 


& 


Elizabeth Bull. 




Feb. 


16. 


John Pentney 


& 


Susan Chinnery. 


1663. 


Oct. 


4- 


Edward Hutchinson 


& 


Elizabeth Tillot. 




Oct. 


7- 


Thomas Atkin 


& 


Margaret Halls. 




Nov. 


19. 


James Elsygood 


& 


Rebecca Haws. 


1664. 


May 


15- 


Beniamyn Johnson 


& 


Mary Towler. 




June 


31- 


William Ewen 


& 


Elizabeth Miller. 




July 


30- 


Robert Booty 


& 


Priscilla Talbot. 




Oct. 


18. 


Mr. Thomas Covell 


& 


Mrs. Judith Blagg. 


1665. 


Sept. 


3- 


Thomas Wiffen 


& 


Margaret King. 




Oct. 


17- 


William Spinke 


& 


Faith Potter. 




Nov. 


18. 


William King 


& 


EHsebeth Wiffen. 


1667. 


May 


6. 


William Cater 


& 


Cristian Bell. 




July 


4- 


John Norman 


& 


Jane Haryye. 




Sept. 


18. 


John Smith 


& 


Alee Meller. 


1668. 


March 


30- 


Thomas Sargeant 


& 


Constance Nicholls. 




Oct. 


12. 


Lawrence Perkins 


& 


Anne Potter. 


i66g. 


May 


6. 


Lawrence Howard 


& 


Rebecca Ingold. 


1671. 


Aug. 


24. 


Thomas Gload 


& 


the Widdow Gardiner. 




— 


— 


John Howard 


& 


Elisabeth Edgely. 


1673. 


Sept. 


22. 


Thomas Prell 


& 


Anne Sharp. 




Oct. 


2. 


Thomas Jaggard 


& 


Anne Handler. 




Dec. 


4- 


Lawrence Howard 


& 


EHsabeth Manning. 


1674. 


April 


30- 


Robert Goodchild 


& 


Elisabeth Cooper. 




June 


25- 


William Prigg 


& 


Mary Day. 




Dec. 


I. 


John Hockle 


& 


Joane Copsey. 


1675. 


Nov. 


24- 


Thomas Gardiner 


& 


Elisabeth Wright. 



ii8 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— MARRIAGES. 





Jan. 


25- 


Thomas Nunne 


& 


Frances Finborough. 




Feb. 


4- 


Thomas Ling 


& 


Elizabeth Redgin. 


1676. 


April 


6. 


Edmund Howard of Haws 
parish. 


ted 


& Susannah Sergeant of this 




March 


13- 


Richard Patrick 


& 


Elizabeth Cresall of Bury. 


1678. 


June 


10. 


Thomas Goldsmith 


& 


the Wlddow Gutridge. 




Nov. 


so- 


Isaac Peak 


& 


Katharine Jervise. 


1679. 


March 


il. 


William Gaynford 


& 


Margaret Wyard. 


1680. 


April 


26. 


Ambrose Orbell 


& 


Elizabeth Wyard. 




June 


26. 


Robert Beaumant 


& 


Sarah Chinrey. 




Oct. 


19. 


Robert Calond 


& 


Ann Pentney. 




Jan. 


16. 


John Jackson 


& 


Martha Ford. 


I68I. 


Oct. 


6. 


Jonathan Mason 


& 


Elizabeth Mortlock. 


1682. 


Sept. 


21. 


Samuel Bray 


& 


Alice Goldsmith. 


1683. 


May 


ig. 


Thomas Gee 


& 


Ann Acock. 




June 


7- 


John Welham 


& 


Ann Hudson. 




Oct. 


3- 


Richard Avis 


& 


Sarah Gault. 




Oct. 


10. 


Thomas Parker 


& 


Frances Robinson. 


1684. 


Nov. 


20. 


Robert Jarvis 


& 


Leah Manning. 




March 


3- 


Thomas How 


& 


Elizabeth Copping. 


1685. 


Feb. 


3- 


Samuel Smith of Stradford in I 


Suffolk & Elizabeth Gelder of 








Bury. 






1686. 


Oct. 


3- 


John Cornwall 


& 


Alice Bennet. 




May 


4- 


George Bingley 


& 


Elizabeth Drury. 




April 


5- 


John Clerk 


& 


Susan Jarvis. 




Jan. 


6. 


Robert Cooper of Bury 


& 


Alice Cross of Saxam. 


1687. 


Jan. 


15- 


Thomas Wiffen 


& 


Elizabeth Parker. 


1688. 


Oct. 


II. 


John Wright 


& 


Sarah Drury. 




Nov. 


13- 


Mr. Henry Sorrell 


& 


Mrs. Ann CovelK 




Feb. 


12. 


John Stocken of Hawsted 


& 


Sarah Crowch of Horring- 
hearth. 


1689. 


Sept. 


12. 


William Gulston of Kertlin 


g& 


Rebecca Parker of Moulton. 




Oct. 


3- 


Henery Cornwall 


& 


Elizabeth Bennet. 


1690. 


June 


30- 


Robert Talbot 


& 


Susan Goldsmith. 


1692. 


Oct, 




Edward Parker 


& 


Sarah Grigs, 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— MARRIAGES. 



119 



1693. 

1694. 
1695. 
1696. 

1697. 
1698. 

1700. 

1 701. 
1702. 



1703. 



1704. 



1705- 



June 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

April. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

March 

June 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

June 

July 

Oct. 

Oct. 8 

March 23 

March 27, 

Dec. 29 

Jan. 

May 

Oct. 

Jan. 

May 

Aug. 



4- 

21. 

I. 

13- 
9- 

24. 

25. 
2. 

5- 

27. 

14. 

4- 

5- 

17- 
2. 

II. 

20. 
3- 
3- 
6. 

20. 

7- 
2. 



2. 

7- 
10. 

3- 
10. 

25- 



Henry Cosens & 

Robert White & 

Mr. John Hasel of Botsam & 

Joseph Crowch & 

William Newport & 

Richard Elsdon & 

John Bigsby & 

Mr. John Brown of Bury & 

John Linsted & 

John Indow, a soldier, & 
John Wiseman of Mildenhall & 

Robert Pattle & 

William Sharpe & 

John Sparrow & 

Bartholomew Hunt & 

William Basset & 

John Bensted, labourer, & 

Robert Harvy & 

Timothy Hawkins & 

Marke Balls & 

Daniel Root of Hartest & 

Richard* Forster, clerk, & 

John Mays of Whepsted & 

Richard Gierke, of Barton & 

Thomas Hawes, shepherd, & 

John Pitches & 

Thomas King & 

John Nichols & 

John Rolfe & 

Edward Parker & 

Isaac Garnham & 

John Paman of Fornham & 

William Ashman & 



* Richard would seem to be a mistake in the origiual 
aod Sepulchral Inscriptions. — S. H, A. Hi 



Widow Reeve. 
Ann Jewers. 
Mrs. Mary Covell. 
Mary Ling. 
Elizabeth Goldsmith. 
Elizabeth King. 
Mary Adams. 
Isabella Sharpe. 
Frances Sargant. 
Martha Parce. 
Ann Jaggard. 
Mary Roofe. 
Frances Griggs. 
Mary Lanseter. 
Hannah Ewen. 
Ann Everadd. 
Ahce Smith. 
Frances Langham. 
Susanna Chinery. 
Mary Smith. 
Ann Robinson. 
Eshter Ernseby. 
Mary Gaut. 
Anna Chinery. 
Ann Newman. 
Sarah Pung. 
Elizabeth Willingham. 
Mary Twite. 
Mary Gierke. 
Rachel Wyard. 
Susanna Sharp. 
Elizabeth Ransome. 
Mary Lilly. 

Register fur Edward. See Burials 



I20 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— MARRIAGES. 





Sept. 


27. 


George Auburn 


& 


Elizabeth Web. 




Nov. 


8. 


Thomas Pit 


& 


Judeth Balls. 


1707. 


Auj?. 


4- 


George Ship 


& 


Susan Pain. 




Sept. 


9- 


John Redging 


& 


Elizabeth Dising. 




Oct. 


ig. 


James Spalding 


& 


Ann Bales. 




Oct. 


23- 


WilHam Halls 


& 


Grace Smith. 


1708. 


Oct. 


4- 


Josuah Bunting 


& 


Elisabeth Hempsted. 


I7I0. 


July 


23- 


William Lait 


& 


Elisabeth Cornwall. 


I7II. 






Mr. Sparrow- 


& 


Widow Pans. 




Jan. 


28. 


Edmund Hempsted 


& 


Sarah Pung. 


I7I2. 


June 


30- 


Henry Cosens 


& 


Susan Pleasance. 




Sept. 


II. 


Mr. Thomas Smith, 


Rector of Rougham & Susan Wiseman 




Oct. 


16. 


Thomas Jackson 


& 


Elisabeth Reeve. 




Oct. 


29. 


Robert Pain 


& 


Francis Goldsmith. 


1713- 


Oct. 


I. 


Thomas Seaton 


& 


Susan Hempsted. 




Oct. 


I. 


Jeremy Moss 


& 


Sarah Maypoole. 


I7I4. 


April 


6. 


Mr. John Battely, clerk, & 


Mrs. Ann Sydey. 




July 


20. 


Jacob Turner 


& 


Elisabeth Maypoole. 




Sept. 


30- 


John Nunn 


& 


Elisabeth Gauden. 




Oct. 


13- 


Richard How 


& 


Elisabeth Barton. 




Oct. 


13- 


John Spicer 


& 


Elisabeth Owers. 


1715- 


July 


21. 


Jeremy Green 


& 


Mary Mortlock. 


I7I6. 


Oct. 


16. 


Samuel Prick 


& 


Prudence Manning. 




Feb. 


26. 


Stephen Cook 


& 


W^idow Ling. 


I7I7. 


Sept. 


15- 


William Everadd 


& 


Lydia Willingham. 


I7I8. 


Sept. 


30- 


John Plympton 


& 


Margat Parker. 




Oct. 


2. 


Daniel Goodee 


& 


Mary Smith. 




Nov. 


4- 


Thomas Salisbury 


& 


Elisabeth Talbot. 




Nov. 


26. 


Henry Corbet 


& 


Margaret Middleditch. 




Feb. 


ID. 


William Lias 


& 


Ann Ives. 




Feb. 


II. 


John Plail 


& 


Elisabeth Coe. 


I7I9. 


Oct. 


8. 


John Sparrow 


& 


Marial Pask. 


1720. 


Oct. 


14. 


Robert Smith 


& 


Avis Pung. 




Oct. 


17- 


John Oatly 


& 


Mary Lilly. 


J722. 


Oct. 


23. 


William Hempsted 


& 


Margat Goodee, 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— MARRIAGES. 



121 



Jan. 

1723. May 

July 

Nov. 

1724. May 
June 

Oct. 4. 

Feb. 18. 

Sept. 13. 

Sept. 21. 

18. 



Oct. 

Nov 
March 

Oct. 



Nov. 16. 
5- 

14. 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Dec. 

Oct. 
Feb. 



25- 
19. 



May 
June 
Sept. 25. 
Oct. 3. 



23- 
27. 
12. 

6. 
17- 



7. Hugh Spencer & Mary Haward. 

28. James Woodcock of Harling in Norfolk & Mary Ward de 
Martin. 

7. Thomas Steel & 

18. James Spalding & 



Hester Chinery. 
Elizabeth Avys, both of 

Troston. 
Mary Battly. 
Mary Sawbin. 



& Jane Helliot of Catlidge, Co. 
: Ann Bass of Horringer, s. 



17. James P'rost & 

20. Stephen Kerridge & 

1725- 
Richard Cuff of Cambridge, s, 

Cambridge, s. 
Thomas Pleasance of Risby, s., 

1726. 
Robert Parker of Sapiston s. & Martha Cooper of Horringer s. 

1727. 
Isaac Lumly of Bury s. & Mary Elsden of this Parish s. 
Robert Hussleton of Bury w. & Sarah Goldsmith of this P. s. L. 
Abraham Kedington s. & Ann Ewen s. both of this P. L. 
Francis Law s. & Elizabeth Spedding s. both of Newmarket. L. 

1728. 
Thomas Frost s. & Mary Lias s. both of this P. 

1729. 
Thomas Cornwall s. of this P. & Priscilla Jackson s. of Whepsted. 
Robert Kendal w. of Bury & Hannah Sargeant s. of this P. 
John Raye s. of Lawshall & Hannah Wiseman s. of this P. L. 
The Revd. Mr. Henry Craske s. of Reed & Mrs. Elizabeth Raye s. 

of Bury. L. 
John Last s. of Whepsted & Ann Holden s. of this P. 
Henry Bulbrook w. of Whepsted & Margaret Last s. of this P. 
John Sergeant w. & AHce Hollux w. both of this P. 

1730. 
Henry How w. of Whepsted & Eliz : Ling s. of this P. 
William Frost s. & Ann Potter s. both of this P. 

1731- 



May 27. Benjamin Miller of Hargrave w. & Elizabeth Elmer of this P. w. 



122 



morringer registers.— marriages. 



June 


lO. 


Aug. 


9- 


Oct. 


5" 


Dec. 


30. 


April 


20. 


May 


29. 


Oct. 


15' 


Oct. 


ig. 


Dec. 


21. 


May 


28, 


Dec. 


10, 


Oct. 


I 


Oct. 


13' 


Oct. 


23' 


Oct. 


30- 


Dec. 


II 


Dec. 


31 



L. 



Oct. I. 

Jan. 6. 

March 7. 

Oct. 6. 

Oct. g. 

Oct. 31. 

Nov. 2. 

M&rch 6. 



L. 



Peter Firman s. & Elizabeth Potter w. both of Westow. 
Robert Game of Whepsted s. & Sarah Adams of this P. s. 
John Levitt of Borely s. & Susannah How of this P. s. 
Thomas Jeffes s. & Dela : Ewin s. both of this P. L. 

1732. 
John Bolton s. & Elizabeth Cocksedge s. both of Bury. 
William Daniel s. & Elizabeth Brook s. both of this P. 

1733- 
Roger Liddyman s. & Sarah Adams w. both of this P. 
John Ottley w. & Mary Moss s. both of this P. 
Joseph Hammond of Bradfield Combust & Elizabeth Holden s. of 
this P. L. 

1734- 
John nibble s. & Margaret Carter s. both of this P., with L. 
Mr. Robert Plampin of Shimpling s. & Mrs. Sarah Sidey of 
this P. s. L. 

1735. 
John Brown s. & Mary Church s. both of this P. 
John Adkin of Gazely s. & Martha Parker of this P. w. 
Stephen Sparrow s. &. Hannah Nash s. both of this P. 
Jeremiah Euson of Lawshall s. & Elizabeth Barton of this P. s. 
Lewis Mortlock s. & Ann Kedington s. both of this P. L. 
Robert Jacob s. & Mary Steel s. both of this P. L. 

1736. 
John Woodruff of Bury St. Edmunds s. & Isabella Elsden of 

this P. s. L. 
John Bray s. & Ann Mortlock s. both of this P. L. 
Thomas Huske s. & Alice Noel s. both of Newmarket. L. 

1737- 
Stephen Ship of Risby s. & Hannah Smith s. of this P. 
William Bray of Flempton s. & Elizabeth Pettiver of this P. s. 
John Pausey of Somerton s. & Mary Jackson of this P. s. 

1738. 
Thomas Fitch of Whepsted s. & Margaret Page of this P. s. 
Joseph Goody s. & Elizabeth Lisset s. both of this P. 



L. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— MARRIAGES. 123 

1739- 
July 6. John Swan of Hessett s. & Elizabeth Daniel of this P. w. L. 

Oct. 9. Castell Goodchild of Nowton s. & Susan Ewin of this P. s. L. 

Feb. I. John King s. & Mary Mortlock s. both of this P. 

Feb. 16. Thomas Butler s. & Jane Ling s. both of this P. 

1740. 
Nov. 3. James Frost s. & Ehzabeth Shaw s. both of this P. 

1741. 
Oct. 22. Stephen Leader s. & Mary Page s. both of this P. 
Jan. 31. Joseph Negus of St. Mary's Parish in Bury St. Edmunds s. & 

Elizabeth Scot of this P. s. L. 
March i. Edward Roof [Rolf] s. & Mary Hows s. both of this P. 

1742. 
May 18. John Cook w. & Elizabeth Noble w. both of this P. 
Oct. 7. George Avis s. & Grace Smith s. both of this P. 

Oct. ig. Thomas Merton s. & Mary Howlet s. both of this P. 

1743- 
Sept. I. The Rev. Mr. Thomas Smith of Pakenham s. & Mrs. Mary Ellis 

of Horningsheath s. L. 
Sept. 30. John Bunton s. & Rebecca Gardiner s. both of this P. L. 

1744. 
Oct. 4. William Pear of Risby s. & Elizabeth Spicer of this P. s. 

1745. 
Sept. 8. Robert King of Beighton w. & Mary Wiseman of this P. s. L. 
Nov. 10. Thomas Murton of this P. w. & Sarah Smith of Ickworth s. L. 

1746. 
Oct. 13. Thomas Frost s, & Elizabeth Brunning s. both of this P. 

1747- 
April ig. Robert Cooper s. & Susanna Jermen s. both of All Saints in 
Sudbury. L. 

1748. 
Dec. 25. Oliver Sparrow of Thorp s. & Mary Bedall of this P. s. 

1749. 
April 16. Samuel Dearsly of Owsden s. & Lydia Formin of this P. s. L. 
July 14. Joseph Alderton of Welnetham w. & Ann King of this F. 



1^4 HORRINGER REGISTERS.— MARRIAGES. 

Aug. 30. James Mirrels of Bury & Elizabeth Herrington of this P. 
Jan. 8. Penson Sanders s. & Mary Day s. both of Ickworth. L. 

Jan. 18. WiUiam Polly s. & Ann Sparrow s. both of this P. 

1750. 
June 7. Giles Frost s. & Mary Harvey s. both of this P. 

1751. 
James Finch s. & Katherine White s. both of this P. L. 
John Swan w. & Elizabeth Bunting s. both of this P. 
James Armstrong of Gasely s. & Sarah How of this P. s. 

1752. 
James Marchil s. & Mary Barton s. both of this P. 
Edmund Wilhngham s. & Sarah Wollage s. both of this P. 

1753- 
Richard Smith of this P. s. & Susan Purchis of Saxham Parva s. 
Robert Norman s. & Mary Frost s. both of this P. 
Thomas Bird s. & Elizabeth Frost s. both of this P. 
William Beleman s. & Elizabeth Bass s. both of this P. 
John Nunn s. & Mary Whistly s. both of this P. 
John Tweed s. & Susan Sparrow s. both of this P. 
William Miller s. & Ann Cole s. both of this P. 

1754- 
Samuel Brigg of Chevington s. & Susan Baker of this P. 
James Armstrong w. & Margaret Francis w. both of this P. 
Thomas Carrington of Gransden, Co. Hunt : s. & Mary Sparrow of 
this P. s. L. 

^755- 
James Haselwood s. & Sarah Policy s. both of this P. 
Richard Boyce w. & Elizabeth Underwood w. both of this P. 

Thomas Bedell s. & Martha Weeb s. both of this P. 

1757- 
Joseph Hammond jun. s. & Margaret Aylmer s. both of this P. 

1758. 
Thomas Lystor of Brockley w. & Elizabeth Catchpole of this P. s, 
Thomas Frost s. & Elizabeth Pattle s. both of this P, 



April 


8. 


Oct. 


3- 


Oct. 


28. 


June 


28. 


Oct. 


30- 


Feb. 


26, 


Feb. 


27. 


May 


29, 


June 


12, 


Oct. 


18. 


Oct. 


23' 


Dec. 


3 


Jan. 


25. 


Sept. 


14. 


Dec. 


26. 


July 


29. 


Dec. 


29. 


Oct. 


II. 


May 


31' 


June 


27. 


Oct. 


24, 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— MARRIAGES. 125 



Thomas Richardson s. & Ann Attwell s. both of this P. 

1759- 
John Smith w. & Sarah Holden s. both of this P. 

1760. 
William Alcock of Barrow s. & Elizabeth Frost s. of this P. 
Charles Browster of Gazely s. & Mary Frost s. of this P. 

1761. 
William Miller w. & Susan Bunting s. both of this P. 
Joseph Underwood s. & Susan Pond s. both of this P. 
George Hilton s. of Nowton & Anne Went s. of this P. 

1762. 
Thomas Cornell s. of this P. & Susannah Hague s. of Hengrave. 
William Plumb w. of Barrow & Isabelle Berthoud s. of this P. 
John Cooper s. & Mary Goldsmith s. both of this P. 
Thomas Frost w. of Whepsted & Sarah Ottewell s. of this P. 
William Hempsted w. & Mary Wilding s. both of this P. 
Job Malton w. & Susan Cooke s. both of this P. 

1763. 
Richard Boyce w. & Susan Emerson s. both of this P. 
John Rockel s. of this P. & Ann Whiting of Lidgate. L. 
John Wright s. & Sarah Billman s. both of this P. 
Charles Rasbrook s. & Susan Lilly s. both of this P. 
William Bray s. & Sarah Rasbrook s. both of this P. 

1764. 
Christopher Rusbrook s. & Elizabeth Peach s. both of this P. 
James Bailey s. of Whepsted & Isabella Spencer s. of this P. 
James How s. & Rebecka Gardiner s. both of this P. 
John Bray s. & Elizabeth Sparrow s. both of this P. 

1765- 
Stephen Crick s. & Sarah Crick s. both of this P. 
Isaac Bray s. of Troston & Elizabeth Ottiwell s. of this P. 
Robert Tegon, clerk, s. & Dorothea Spark s. both of this P. 
Henry Cater s. & Elizabeth Mayhew s. both of this P. 

1766. 
Jan. 17. Thomas Holden s, & Mary Leader s, both of this P, L, 



Dec. 


18. 


Feb. 


27. 


April 


22. 


Nov. 


24. 


Oct. 


22. 


Nov. 


2. 


Nov. 


17- 


Jan. 


27. 


Sept. 


5- 


Oct. 


20. 


Nov. 


9. 


Nov. 


22. 


Dec. 


2. 


Jan. 


17- 


May 


9. 


June 


7- 


Oct. 


II. 


Nov. 


27. 


May 


6. 


June 


II. 


Nov. 


8. 


Dec. 


10. 


April 


I. 


July 


26. 


Oct. 


II. 


Nov. 


7. 



126 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— MARRIAGES. 



March 


2. 


July 


17- 


Aug. 


3- 


Nov. 


6. 


Oct. 


12. 


Oct. 


27. 


March 


27. 


May 


26. 


July 


31- 


Oct. 


14. 


Jan. 


12. 


Dec. 


3- 


Dec. 


24. 


Nov. 


15- 


Sept. 


22. 


Oct. 


5- 


Oct. 


13. 


Nov. 


8. 



William Scott s. & Hannah Death s. both of this P. 

James Rawhnson s. of St. Mary's, Bury, & Sarah Barker s. of 

this P. 
John Gardener s. & Sarah Maria Ranson s. both of this P. 
Joseph Bass s. of Gazely & Susan Deer s. of this P. L. 

1767. 
John Adams w. & Mary Evered s. both of this P. 
Thomas Orridge s. & Ann Barrel s. both of this P. 

1768. 
Christopher Rosbrook sen. w. & Susan Cousins s. both of this P. 
George Rogers, Rector, s. & Elizabeth Drew s. both of this P. L. 
John Adkin s. of this P. & Elizabeth Lait w. of Chevington. 
Thomas Orridge w. & Mary Cornhill s. both of this P. 

1769. 
John Frost s. & Sarah Haward s. both of this P. 
William Adams w. & Sarah Death s. both of this P. 
John Holden w. & Mary Sturton s. both of this P. 

1770. 
William Frost w. & Sarah Cooper s. both of this P. 



April 

Dec. 
Dec. 

Dec.^:= 



12. 

12. 
27. 



L. 



1771. 



Thomas Elsden s. & Hannah Everard both of this P. L. 

1772. 
John Double s. of Wickambrook & Ann Scarfe s. of this P. L. 
James Otley s. & Hannah Copping s. both of this P. 
Samuel Holden s. of Whepsted & Mary Fitch s. of this P. 

1773- 
George Watson, clerk, of St. Mary's in Bury, & Sarah Drew s. of 

this P. L. 
William Candler s. & Mary Frost s. both of this P. 
William Frost s. of this P. & Sarah Baxter s. of Timworth. 

1774- 
Edmund Willingham s. of Hawsted & Mary Bunting s. of this P. 



*As the entries are made at the time of the marriage, Dec, is an obvious slip of the pen. 
Probably it should be Jan,— S, H, A, H, 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— MARRIAGES. 



127 



May 


12, 


June 


30. 


July 


7' 


July 


14, 


Aug. 


2. 


Aug. 


29. 


Jan. 


24. 


Sept. 


21. 



June 



17- 



Edward Hibgame, clerk, of Long Stratton, Co. Norfolk, s. & Mary 

Smith s. of this P. L. 
Andrew Pern, clerk, of Little Abingdon, Co. Cambridge, s. & Susan 

Smith s. of this P. L. 
Thomas Orbell w. of Risby & Bridget Goodchild s. of this P. L. 
James Scarlin s. of All Saints in Sudbury & Susan Drew s. of 

this P. L. 
William Polly s. & Mary Frost s. both of this P. 
George Challis w. & Abigail Adkin w. both of this P. 

1775- 
John Warren s. & Susan Rasbrook w. both of this P. 
Charles Jackson s. of St. Mary's in Bury & Sarah Clarke s. of 
this P. 

1776. 
Thomas Scalf s. of St. Mary's in Bury & Alice Willingham s. of 

this P. 
Thomas Orridge w. of this P. & Ann Southgate of Wickham brook. 
Joseph Palfrey s. of Risby & Mary Fuller s. of this P. L. 
James Copsey s. & Ann How s. both of this P. 
Thomas Cater s. & Mary Sparrow s. both of this P. 
Thomas Frost w. & Frances Bryant s. both of this P. 

1777. 
William Ambrose s. & Elizabeth Bird s. both of this P. 
Henry Traice s. of St. Mary's in Bury & Mary Marshall s. of this P. 

1778. 
Humphrey Betts s. of Nowton & Elizabeth Cater s. of this P. 
Samuel Burroughs s. of Stowmarket & Mary Drew s. of this P. L. 
John Frost s. & Jemima Green s. both of this P. 
William Bray w. & Susan Garrard s. both of this P. 
John Whymark w. & Mary Moore s. both of this P. 
Michael King s. & Catharine Finch s. both of this P. 
WilHam Pierson w. & Alice Prick s. both of this P. 



Sept. 


15- 


Oct. 


10. 


Oct. 


29. 


Nov. 


II. 


Nov. 


19. 


June 


3- 


Nov. 


6. 


Jan. 


18. 


Feb. 


17- 


July 


9- 


July 


12. 


Sept. 


14. 


Sept. 


14. 


Nov. 


2. 


Aug. 


9. 


Oct. 


18. 



L. 



L. 



1779. 
William Cole w. & Ann Brown s. both of this P. 
John Stern s, & Mary Copping s. both of this F, 



128 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— MARRIAGES. 



1780. 
William Willingham s. & Elizabeth Layte s. both of this P. 
Edmund Willingham s. & Alice Goodchild s. both of this P. 

1781. 
John Marshall s. of this P. & Sarah Waller s. of Hargrave. 
George Last s. & Rose Siderrey w. both of this P. 
William Meller s. of this P. & Elizabeth Gawsell of St. James' in 
Bury. 

1782. 
James Lyng s. of Reed & Phoebe Smith s. of this P. 
John Westrop of Brockly & Susanna Scarfe of this P. L. 
Thomas Copsey s. & Ann Rosbrook s. both of this P. 
Thomas Byford s. & Ann Bird s. both of this P. 

1783. 
Daniel Wood s. of Flempton & Mary Lelia Scarfe s. of this P. L. 
W^illiam Layt s. & Mary Willingham s. both of this P. 
John Ranner s. of Hartest & Mary Pain of this P. 
Robert Goldsmith s. of Hargrave & Hannah Evered s. of this P. 
George Cater s. & Martha Beddel s. both of this P. 
Charles Seaman [Semes] s. of St. Mary's in Bury & Sarah Cater s. 
of this P. 

1784. 
John Adkin s. of Ickworth & Elizabeth Smith s. of this P. L. 
Anthony Crick s. of Ickworth & Elizabeth Prick s. of this P. 
Charles Ward s. & Alice Calf both of this P. 
James Norton s. & Sarah Adam w. both of this P. 

1785. 
John Harvey s. & Theophila Taylor w. of this P. L. 

1786. 
John Bass s. of St. James' in Bury & Elizabeth Smith s. of this P. 
Richard Sparrow s. & Elizabeth Pawsey s. both of this P. 
Simon Seale s. & Mary Last s. both of this P. 

1787. 
John Death s. & Catharine Frost s. both of this P. 
Robert Subtle s, of Chevington Si Delarjviere Willingham s, of this P. 



April 


10. 


April 


10. 


April 


17- 


Dec. 


24. 


Dec. 


SI- 


March 


S' 


Aug. 


25. 


Oct. 


II. 


Oct. 


II. 


Jan. 


20. 


Feb. 


3- 


Aug. 


2. 


Nov. 


4- 


Dec. 


2. 


Dec. 


7- 


Feb. 


26. 


March 


8. 


April 


29. 


July 


13- 



May 



22. 



Feb. 


12. 


Oct. 


10. 


Dec. 


26. 


April 


10. 


Oct. 


II. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— MARRIAGES. 129 

Dec. 25. James Reynolds s, & Margaret Daines s. both of this P. 

1788. 
John King s. & Sarah Bray s. both of this P. 
John Holden w. & Catharine Reeve of this P. L. 
WilHam Robert Frost s. & Sarah Holden s. of this P. L. 

1789. 
John Marshall w. & Mary Humphrys s. both of this P. L. 

1790. 
Ambrose Seal w. & Sarah Frost w. both of this P. 

1791. 
James Goodchild s. & Mary Eagle s. both of this P. 
John Elliss s. of Wooditton, Co. Cambridge, & Catharine Bird s. of 

this P. L. 
John Cockle s. & Ann Rosbrook s. both of this P. 
George Root s. of this P. & Elizabeth Grice s. of Whepsted. L. 
William Emmet s. & Mary Hempsted s. both of this P. L. 
William Lilley s. & Hannah Griggs s. both of this P. 

1792. 
Edward Hempsted s. & Frances Bull s. both of this P. 
William Richardson s. & Dorothy Reed s. both of this P. 
Thomas Tweed s. & Lucy Hilton s. both of this P. 
William Seal s. & Sarah Richardson s. both of this P. 

1793- 

Joseph Prick w. & Sarah Cooper s. both of this P. 

Stephen Brooks s. of this P. & Mary Peppen s. of St. James' in 
Bury. L. This marriage by desire of the parties was re- 
solemnized/'' [It is entered again exactly as above under the 
following June 5.] 

John Warren w. & Susannah Scarff w. both of this P. 

Abraham Payne s. of Whepstead & Mary Daines s. of this P. 

Jonathan Biddle s. & Elizabeth Davy s. both of this P. 

*This re-performance of the Marriage Service for some reason or other is said to be occa- 
sionally found in the Registers of the last century JTotes and Qieries, 9th Ser ; iv. 9, 72,— 
S. H. A. H. 



Jan. 


29. 


May 


29. 


Dec. 


4- 


June 


5- 


April 


12. 


Feb. 


14. 


Feb. 


27. 


May 


16. 


Oct. 


17- 


Dec. 


17- 


Dec. 


26. 


Jan. 


5- 


Jan. 


17- 


Nov. 


6. 


Dec. 


25- 


Jan. 


9- 


May 


27. 



Oct. 


II 


Oct. 


17 


Oct. 


21 



130 



HOR?vINGER REGISTERS.— MARRIAGES. 



1794. 
Nov. 4. John Goodrich w. & Rose Gardiner s. both of this P. 

1795. 
WilHam Last s. & Ann Molten s. both of this P. 
John Lanham s. of Hawsted & Ehzabeth Sharpe s. of this P. 
Thomas Kempster s. of St. Mary's in Bury & Sarah Greenwood s. 

of this P. 
Wilham Norman s. & Ehzabeth Bullard s. both of this P. 
Samuel Mizen s. & Hannah Elsden s. both of this P. 
Jonathan Flower s. of Market Downham, Co. Norfolk, & Mary 

Hearsine s. of this P. L. 
James Last s. & Ann Crack s. both of this P. 
Abraham Steed s. & Susan Scarff s. both of this P. 

1796. 
Jonathan Green s. & Mary Beddle s. both of this P. 
Mark Hammond s. & Ann Cole s. both of this P. 

1797. 
James Bradley w. & Sarah Clark s. both of this P. 
William Frost w, & Bell Finch s. both of this P. 
Daniel Pask s. & Susan Ling s. both of this P. 
William Rosbrook s. & Mary Leech s. both of this P. 

1798. 
Robert Winch s. & Elizabeth Garrard s. both of this P. 
John Brown s. & Ann Smith s. both of this P. 
John Reynolds s. & Clementina Double s. both of this P. L. 
William Abbott w. of Great Whelnetham & Mary Orridge s. of 
this P. 
22. Jonas Row s. & Rachael Bray s. both of this P. 

1799. 
26. William Patten s. of Pedmarsh, Co. Essex, & Ann Coote w. of 
this P. L. 
I. Thomas Gardiner s. & Frances Goodrich s. both of this P. L. 
9. Samuel Hagreen s. & Ann Ambrose s. both of this P. L. 
18. Abraham Elsden w. & Mary Clark s. both of this P. 



Jan. 


26. 


Feb. 


2. 


Feb. 


10. 


May 


12. 


May 


24. 


June 


16. 


Sept. 


24. 


Oct. 


17- 


Oct. 


13- 


Oct. 


31- 


Feb. 


20. 


May 


I. 


Nov. 


I. 


Nov. 


27. 


March 


19. 


July 


23- 


Sept. 


19. 


Oct. 


10. 



Oct. 

Feb. 

April 

April 
Aug. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— MARRIAGES. 131 



1800. 
Jan. 6. James Bullas s. & Sarah Alvis s. both of this P. 

1 801. 
Dec. 21. WilHam Chanell s. & EHzabeth Rickwood s. both of this P. 

1802. 
April 22. Thomas Disney w. of St. Mary's in Bury & Ann Richardson s. of 
this P. L. 
William King s. & Ann Ling s. both of this P. 
Thomas Burgess w. & Mary Steward s. both of this P. 
John Blackbourn w. & Ann Copsey s, both of this P. 

1803. 
James Pinter s. & Susan Frost s. both of this P. 
James Wratham s. & Mary Spalding s. both of this P. 
Thomas Newman s. of Burrow-green & Susan Ramplin s. of this P. 
John Fenner s. & Ruth Cobbin w. both of this P. 

1804. 
William Orridge s. & Mary Willingham s. both of this P. 
James Salisbury jun. s. of Lawshall & Ann Spalding s. of 

this P. L. 
William Collison s. & Mary Spark s. both of this P. 
Stephen Crick w, & Sarah Moyse w. both of this P. L. 
William Smith s. & Rose Ann Howe s. both of this P. 
Thomas Pentney s. & Alice Wilhngham s. both of this P. 

1805. 
Robert Alves s. & Mary Parfrey s. both of this P. 
Henry Hart s. & Elizabeth Tweed s. both of this P. 
Thomas Atkin s. & Ann Double s. both of this P. L. 

1806. 
James Webb s. of Cavenham & Mary Walker s. of this P. 
John Buckle s. & Frances Bull s. both of this P. 
John Tricker w. & Sarah Sharpe s. both of this P. 

1807. 
John Osborne s. & Susan Holden s. both of this P. 
James Boreham s. & Mary Copsey s. both of this P. 
John Reeman s. of Lawshall & Ann Beales w. of this P, L. 



July 


12. 


Aug. 


3- 


Dec. 


24. 


Feb. 


13- 


May 


30- 


Dec. 


13- 


Dec. 


23- 


Jan. 


6. 


May 


5- 


June 


12. 


Dec. 


2. 


Dec. 


II. 


Dec. 


16. 


Feb. 


28. 


April 


4- 


July 


22. 


July 


7- 


Nov. 


10. 


Nov. 


13- 


Jan. 


9- 


Feb. 


5- 


March 


5- 



132 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— MARRIAGES. 



March 14. 
May 18. 
July 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Dec. 

Nov. 
Dec. 

May 
Oct. 
Dec. 

Feb. 



2. 

12. 
9- 

23- 
25- 

23- 

24. 

20. 

12. 

3- 

18. 



Jan. 


13- 


June 


7- 


Nov. 


6. 


March 


16. 


Dec. 


20. 


Aug. 


8. 


Sept. 


8. 


Nov. 


3- 


Nov. 


7- 


Feb. 


14. 


March 


6. 


Oct, 


22, 



Isaac Race s. & Sarah Willingham s. both of this P. 

James Warren s. & Sarah Ling s. both of this P. 

Edmund Houghton w. of St. Mary's in Bury & Harriet Moyse s, of 

this P. 
Abraham Rcoks s. & Matthew Copsey s. both of this P. 
Joseph Lofts s. & Mary King s. both of this P. 

1808. 
Edward Wilhngham s. & Mary Brewster s, both of this P. 
John Death s. & Milla Harsom s. both of this P. 

1809. 
Charles Double s. & Hannah Cater s. both of this P. L. 
William Rutter s. & Mary Cater s. both of this P. 

1810. 
Jonathan Marshall s. & Alice Howes s. both of this P. 
John Baker s. & Elizabeth Nunn s. both of this P. 
James Ramplin s. & Sophia Crack s. both of this P. 

1811. 
James Abrey s. of All Saints, Icklingham, & Sarah Spark s. of 
this P. 

1812. 
Robert Lyes s. & Hannah Elsden s. both of this P. 
John EUiss w. & Elizabeth Sparrow w. both of this P. 
John Cater s. & Elizabeth Edwards s. both of this P. 

1813. 
John Greenwood s. & Mary Cater s. both of this P. 
William Frost s. & Susan Double s. both of this P. 

1814. 
Thomas King s. & Martha Cater s. both of this P. 
John Mower s. & Elizabeth Double s. both of this P. 
William Root s. & Tabitha Copsey s. both of this P. 
William Cater s. & Sophia Middleditch s. both of this P. 

1815. 
Charles Cooe s. & Elizabeth Bull s. both of this P. 
William Last s. & Harriet Ebing s. both of this P. 
Samuel Earl s. & Charlotte Adkin s. both of this P, 



June 


i6 


Oct. 


14 


Oct. 


16 


Dec. 


25 


March' 


II 


May 


I 


June 


II 


Aug. 


22 


Sept. 


I 


Oct. 


27 


Nov. 


18 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.-MARRIAGES. 133 

Dec. 25. Louis Rosbrook w. & Rebecca Norman s. both of this P. 

i8t6. 
John Brown w. & Ann Ridnall w. both of this P. 
WiUiam Cook s. & Esther Saunders s. both of this P. 
John Sier s. of Risby & Frances Ling s. of this P. L. 
WiUiam WiUingham w. & Sarah Thirgood s. both of this P. 

1817. 
William Lloyd s. & Susan Copsey s. both of this P. 
John Copsey s. & Mary Cooke s. both of this P. 
William Moyes s. & Lucy Pryke s. both of this P. 
Thomas Leonard w. & Mary Pettit s. both of this P. 
Benjamin Pryke w. & Sarah Steed s. both of this P. 
Henry Rudland w. & Sarah Crick w. both of this P. 
Simon Last s. & Mary Ling s. both of this P. 
1818. 
Jan. 12. Thomas Hazlewood s. of St. James' in Bury & Sarah Meller s. of 

Horsecroft. Witnesses, John Dearson Meller sen & jun. L. 
April 2. William Palmer s. & Sarah King s. both of this P. 

April 30. Barry Girling s. of Seaming, Co. Norfolk, & Susan Bidwell s. of 

this P. L. 
Sept. 22. James Wallaker s. & Mary Lilly s. both of this P. 
Oct. 22. Pooley Pearson s. of Shipdam, Co. Norfolk, & Mary Meller s. of 

this P. L. 
Dec. 24. Philip King s. of Hargrave & Anne Mason s. of this P. 

1819. 
Abraham Cooper s. & Hannah Crack s. both of this P. 
John Ellis s. & Mary Varer s. both of this P. 
John Goldstone s. & Martha Ling s. both of this P. 
Robert Gooch s. & Mary Musk s. both of this P. 

1820. 
Abraham Steed s. & Sophia Wright s. both of this P. 
John Spalding w. & Ann Salisbury w. both of this P. 
James Fenton s. of Ingham & Mary Cater s. of this P. 
John Baker w. & Mary Adams s. both of this P. 
George Emmitt s. & Mary Baker s. both of this P, 



May 


2. 


July 


27. 


July 


27. 


Aug. 


31- 


June 


6. 


Aug. 


28. 


Oct. 


26. 


Nov. 


II. 


Nov. 


II. 



134 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— MARRIAGES. 



Nov. 24. James Cater s. & Mary Gout s. both of this P. 

1821. 
Jan. II. William Meeking s. of St. James' in Bury & Mary Anne Norman s. 

of this P. 
March 29. Thomas Last w. of this P. & Sarah Adams s. of St. Mary's in Bury. 

1822. 
April 12. David Smith s, & Maria Lanham s. both of this P. 
May 2. William Steel s. of St. Mary's in Bury & Frances Gardiner s. of 

this P. L. 
May 2. William Edwards s. of Chevington & Mary Ann Gardiner s. of 

this P. L. 
Nov. 28. John Adkin w. & Martha Cocksedge s. both of this P. 
Nov. 30. George Musk s. & Jane Nelson s. both of this P. 

1823. 
Jan. 13. William King w. & Elizabeth Fitch s. both of this P. 

Jan. 30. Joseph Baker s. of Thurston and Frances Double s. of this P. 

Jan. . 30. Isaac Willingham s. & Sophy Brown s. both of this P. 
Feb, II. William Wright s. of Audley End in the P. of Safron Walden & 

Maria Copsey s. of this P. L. 
March 22. John Goldestone s. of Walsham, Co. Suffolk, & Mary Crack s. of 

this P. 
June 17. Thomas Manning s. of Birdbrook, Co. Essex, & Mary Gallant s. of 

this P. 
Aug. 14. William Pillans s. of East Dereham, Co. Norfolk, & Margaret 

Bidwell s. of this P. L. 
Sept. 18. Henry Everard s. of St. Mary's in Bury & Lucy Gardiner s. of 

this P. L. 
Oct. 12, William Adams s. of St. James in Bury & Hannah Lilly s. of 

this P. 
Nov. 23. Thomas Pryke s. & Kezia Rayner s, both of this P. 
Dec. 25. John Cornell s. of Chevington & Mary Ann Farrants s. of this P. 

1824. 
Feb. 16. John Rolfe s. of Walthamstow Co. Essex & Mary Winch s. of 

this P. 
F^b. 24. James EUiss s, & Sarah Winter s. t>oth of this P, 



i 



May 


2. 


Sept. 


13- 


Sept. 


19. 


Nov. 


15- 


Nov. 


18. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— MARRIAGES. 135 

Nov. 28. Henry Taylor s. & Susan Goodinj:^ s. both of this P. 

1825. 
April 12. WilHam Browning s. of this P. & Mary Stevens Goold s. of St. 
Cuthbert's in Thetford. 
Samuel Mison s. & Sarah Herbert w. both of this P. 
Henry Cater s. & Rachael Rowe s. both of this P. 
Edward Folkes s. of Barton Parva, Co. Suffolk, & Mary Everett s. 

of this P. 
Edward Crack s. of this P. & Sarah Langham s. of Ickworth. 
Samuel Wilkin s. & Sarah Green w. both of this P. 
1826. 
Jan. 26. William Double s. of this P. & Louisa Spink w. of Tilbury, Co. 
Essex. L. 
Philip Meadows s. & Anne Goodchild s. both of this P. 
William Brame s. & Mary Ann Seeley s. both of this P. 
Robert Lawrance w. of St. Mary's in Reading & Bridget Gedge w. 

of this P. L. 
Elisha Barnes s. of this P. & Harriet Howe s. of Ickworth. 
John Mison s. of this P. & Frances Clarke s. of Ickworth. 
John Clarke s. of this P. & Susan Kemp s. of St. Mary's in Bury. 

1827. 
Charles Sterling s. & Susan Double s. both of this P. 
Robert Catchpole s. of this P. & Sarah Crow of St. Mary's in Bury. 
Thomas Pratt s. of Belchamp Otten, Co. Essex, & Ann Sturgeon 

s. of this P. L. 
William Elsden s. & Rachael Cater w. both of this P. 
Joseph Mizon s. & Ann Cooke both of this P. 

1828. 
John Moss s. & Elizabeth Adkins s. both cf this P. 
William BuUass s. & Harriot Cater s. both of this P. 
John Wing s. & Mary Ann Last s. both of this P. 
Robert Coe s. & Mary Cooper s. both of this P. 
Thomas Gardiner jun. s. & Mary Ann Everard s. both of 
this P. L. 
Sept. 24. John Bull s. & Hannah Cockel s. both of this V, 



May 


15. 


July 


10. 


Sept. 


12. 


Sept. 


28. 


Oct. 


26. 


Nov. 


21. 


July 


5- 


July 


26. 


Sept. 


5- 


Oct. 


ig. 


Nov. 


I. 


Jan. 


20. 


Feb. 


12. 


April 


I. 


June 


17- 


Sept. 


18. 



136 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— MARRIAGES. 



Nov. 


4' 


Nov. 


II. 


Dec. 


7- 


Dec. 


25- 



Jan. 



23- 



Feb. 13. 

March 17. 

March 1 7. 

June 6. 

Aug. 27. 

Oct. 19. 



May 



Aug. 


5- 


Aug. 


10. 


Oct. 


14. 


Dec. 


26. 


March 


25' 


May 


25' 


June 


18, 


Nov. 


8, 


Sept. 


29, 


May 


27. 


June 


17 


Oct. 


5 



Richard Cockle s. & Susan Crack s. both of this P. 
Stephen Musk s. & Sarah Sharp s. both of this P. 
William Emmet s. & Mary Elsden s. both of this P. 
John Edwards s. & Sarah Green s. both of this P. L. 

1829. 
John Smith of Dallingham, Co. Suffolk, & Elizabeth Payne of 

this P. 
John Elsden s. & Mary Pryke s. both of this P. 
George Rose s. of this P. & Sarah Smith s. of St. James in Bury. 
John Smith s. of St. James in Bury & Mary Ann Pearsons s. of 

this P. 
William Gowson s. & Sarah Rawsbrook s. both of this P. 
George Brewster s. & Anne Maria Ambrose s. both of this P. 
Thomas Goodchild s. of this P. & Mary King s. of St. Mary's in 
Bury. 

1830. 
Isaac Race s. of this P. & Caroline Linge s. of St. Mary's in 

Thetford. 
Robert Thompson s. & Anne Boyce s. both of this P. 
William Eade w. & Jane Burgess s. both of this P. 
George Scarfe Double s. of this P. & Maria Everard s. of St. 

Mary's in Bury. L. 
W^illiam Wheeler s. of this P. & Frances Death s. of St. Mary's in 
Bury. 

1831. 
George Cooper s. & Sarah Tricker s. both of this P. 
William Palmer s. & Sarah Boggis s. both of this P. 
Robert Elsden s. & Mary Cater w. both of this P. 
William Pollard s. & Miriam Pearsons s. both of this P. 

1832. 
Henry Rushbrook s. & Jane Crack s. both of this P. 

1833- 
Thomas Frederick Howe s. & Sophia Fenton s. both of this P. 
Thcmas Fake s. & Mary Leech w. both of this P. 
Ezekiel Durrant s. & Charlotte Naylor s. both of this P. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— MARRIAGES. 137 

George Buckle s. & Sophia Baley s. both of this P. 
David Hammond s. & Elizabeth Harris s. both of this P. 

1834. 
James Goodchild & Anne Batt both of this P. 
John Bullass s. & Harriet Rutter w. both of this P. L. 
James Vincent s. & Anne Double s. both of this P. 
Charles Canham s. of Ixworth & Sarah Lilly s. of this P. 
George Crack s. & Elizabeth Bull s. both of this P. 
James Boreham s. & Lucy Ramplin s. both of this P. 

1835- 
Robert Hammond s. & Eliza Crow s. both of this P. 
William Ambrose s. & Anne Bowers s. both of this P. 
Joseph Child s. of St. Mary's in Bury & EHzabeth Bullock s. of 

this P. 
Robert Petch w. & Harriet Tweed s. both of this P. 
Jarman Lewis s. & Sarah Wells s. both of this P. 

1836. 
Thomas Catchpole w. & Sophia Hammond s. both of this P. 
Thomas Smith s. & Charlotte Bullass s. both of this P. 
Robert Johnson s. & Anne Mayhew s. both of this P. 
Robert Cook s. & Elizabeth Willingham s. both of this P. 
Edward Green s. & Jane Arbon s. both of this P. 

1837. 
Thomas French s. & Nancy Tweed s. both of this P. 
John Green s. & Harriet Smith s. both of this P. 
Robert Rooks s. & Mary Ann Baker s. both of this P. 
George son of William Cater & Ann Goodliife." 
Robert Challis w. of St. James', Bury & Lucy Varer w. 

* With this entry begins a new Register book giving more information than the previous 
ones. I have put in some of tliat information but not quite all. From here to the end "of 
Horringer" is to be understood unless some other place is mentioned, "'Labourer" is to be 
understood unless some other occupation is mentioned. The profession named on the bride- 
groom's side is his ; that on the bride's side ig her father's. " Single " is also to be understood 
unless it is stated otherwise. 



Nov. 


16. 


Dec. 


29. 


Feb. 


2. 


March 


18. 


April 


27. 


June 


28. 


Aug. 


3- 


Oct. 


5- 


Jan. 


16. 


Feb. 


19. 


April 


2. 


May 


15- 


Dec. 


25- 


Jan. 


14. 


Jan. 


28. 


Sept. 


26. 


Oct. 


I. 


Oct. 


20. 


Jan. 


6. 


Feb. 


14. 


June 


24. 


Oct. 


2. 


Dec. 


25- 



138 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— MARRIAGES. 



Feb. 


24. 


June 


5- 


Nov. 


3- 


Nov. 


8. 


Nov. 


II. 


Jan. 


8. 


April 


21. 


May 


30- 


Sept. 


20. 


Dec. 


7- 


Feb. 


20. 


March 


16. 


Oct. 


I. 


Nov. 


14. 


Dec. 


24. 


Jan. 


12. 


March 


30- 



April 26. 



1838. 
William son of Robert Spalding & Mary Coe. 
Robert son of John Webb carpenter & Mary Ann dau : of George 

Farrants. 
John son of James Cross & Mary Ann dau : of Will : Willingham. 
Arthur John Gray of Great St. Andrew's Cambridge, carpenter & 

Elizabeth dau : of Robert Plum, gamekeeper. 
William son of William Makup & Eliza dau : of James Nunn. 

1839. 
Robert son of Robert Kemp w. farmer & Charlotte Rosbrooke dau : 

of William Kemp w. 
Joseph son of George Farrants blacksmith & Elizabeth dau : of 

John Winch. 
William Gilbert son of Thomas Tuck clerk & Anne Elizabeth dau : 

of Edward Smyth gent. 
John son of Robert Bowers wheelwright & Elizabeth dau : of 

William Root carpenter. 
Thomas son of Thomas Wade & Sarah dau : of John Ridnall 

sawyer. 

1840. 
William son of Thomas Gardiner farmer & Emily dau : of John 

Ramsey of Bury St. Edmunds tradesman. 
Isaac son of James Boreham shoemaker & Mary Ann dau : of 

William Cage. 
Robert E. son of Robert Wright brickmaker & Elizabeth dau : of 

John Kemp farmer. 
Robert son of John Copsey & Sarah dau : of Isaac Root carpenter. 
William son of William Payne shoemaker & Mary dau : of 

Jeremiah Saunders shoemaker. 
1841. 
William son of James Boreham & Mary Ann dau : of Robert Spalding. 
John son of William Wright shoemaker & Martha dau : of John 

Hammond. 
Elijah son of Robert Deacon brickmaker & Louisa dau : of Robert 

Lambert brickmaker. 






HORRINGER REGISTERS.— MARRIAGES. 139 



May 8. James son of John Death w. & Rebecca Rosbrooke w. dau : of 

Thomas Norman woolcomber. 
May 15. John son of Robert Gooch bricklayer & Caroline dau: of George 

Emmett. 
June ig. Henry son of James Last of Saxham Parva & Mary Ann dau: of 

Edmund Willingham. 
Sept. 18. James son of George Boreham of Whepstead & Mary dau: of 

William Cooke. 
Oct. 16. William son of Simon Last & Mary Ann dau : of Edward Wyard. 
Dec. 16. William son of Thomas Nunn & Suzan dau: of George Flack of 
Rede. 

1842. 
April 3. George son of James Cater & Mary Ann dau : of Simon Last. 

1843. 
March 24. James son of Robert Lambert of Bury St. Ed : gardener & Mary 

Ann dau : of John Leeks carpenter. 
April 13. George son of Robert Brown servant & Susan Coe dau : cf Thomas 

Pearson horse dealer. 
Oct. 13. Robert son of- Robert Osborne of Wixoe & Charlotte dau: of 

William Shave. 
Nov. 18. Samuel son of Jonas Rowe of Westley & Elizabeth Cook w. dau: 
of William Willingham. 
1844. 
Feb. 20, Thomas son of James Goodchild w. & Ann dau : of William Crack * 

of Chedburgh. 
March 3. John son of James Bullassw. & Susanna dau : of John Andrews of Rede. 
July 27. Thomas son of Robert Wells shepherd & Mary Ann dau : of 
Thomas Nunn. 

1845- 
Feb. 20. William son of John Baker w. carpenter of Higham in the Parish of 

Gazely & Sarah dau : of William Partridge glazier. 
April 29. William son of Robert Howard of Colchester solicitor & Elizabeth 

Mary dau : of William Bacon Wigson Esquire. 
June 23. John son of Humphrey Baker w. & Martha Adkin w. dau : of 

Richard Cocksedge. 



140 HORRINGER REGISTERS.— MARRIAGES. 



Dec. 25. Isaac son of James Ramplin & Susan dau : of George Ridgeon. 

1846. 
Jan. 29. Charles son of Thomas Smith w. farmer & Mary Ann dau: of 

WiUiam Steel, lawyer's clerk. 
Feb. 28. Thomas son of William Orrage & Susan dau : of William Root 

carpenter. 
April 4. John son of William Palmer of Westley & Hannah dau: of 

Abraham Orriss. 
May 30. William son of John Copsey & Elizabeth dau : of Isaac Root 

carpenter. 
June 6. George son of Robert Gooch & Harriet dau : of James Boreham. 

Oct. 24. Jonathan son of Isaac Race & Emma dau : of Joseph Richardson. 
Nov. 10. George son of George Goldsmith of Wyverstone gardener & 

Isabella Webb w. dau : of James Wylie gardener. 
Nov. 19. WiUiam John Gardiner son of William Edwards wheelwright & 

Susanna dau : of John Winch farmer. 
Dec. 25. James son of John Copsey & Elizabeth dau: of Robert Gooch 

bricklayer. 

1847. 
July 12. William son of Simon Last w. & Louisa Double w. dau : of Samuel 

Smith. 
Auo". 20. Thomas son of Michael Crack & Eliza Humphrys w. dau : of John 

Eden hostler. 
Sept. 14. William son of Samuel Fenton & Harriet dau : of William Root 

carpenter. 
Nov. 23. Orbell son of John Maidwell of Hopton servant & Susan dau : of 

William Ray dealer. 
Dec. 25. Henry son of Henry Cater & Sophia dau : of James Boreham. 

1848. 
Aug. 14. Benjamin son of Benjamin Bridge w. of Bury St. Ed : grocer & 

Rebecca dau : of John Goodliffe clerk. 
Nov. 2. Thomas son of Abraham Arborn & Ann dau : of Thomas Nunn. 

1849. 
Feb. 10. George son of Joseph Richardson of Little Saxham & Susan dau : 
of Isaac Race. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— MARRIAGES. 



141 



Feb. 27. William son of John Simpkin & Catherine dau : of William John 

Charville, schoolmaster. 
March 3. Simon son of Simon Last & Rachel dau : of William Elsden. 
March 17. Henry John Arbon son of Edward Smith of Thetford, smith, & 

Maryann dau : of William Root carpenter. 
July 8. Samuel son of William Bowers, of Chevington, shepherd, and Mary 

Ann dau : of Stephen Pask. 
Oct. 29. George son of John Lydle, of Barrow, cordwainer, and Mary Ann 

dau : of William King, shepherd. 
Dec. I. Octavus son of Thomas Simpkin, of Wickhambrook, thatcher, & 

Eliza Boyes dau : of Robert Thompson, cordwainer. 
1850. 
Jan. ig. Henry son of John Copsey & Hannah dau: of Isaac Root, 

carpenter. 
March 5. Joseph son of Richard Habergham, schoolmaster, & Emily Bennett 

w. dau : of Stephen Jaques, gardener. 
April 19. John son of John Sexton servant & Sophia dau : of Edward Bullock 

of Beyton. 
July 5. George son of William Pratt, of Exning, wheelwright & Caroline 

Tricker dau : of George Cooper, cattle dealer. 
July 6. Charles son of John Mortlock, of Chevington, bricklayer, & Louisa 

dau : of Charles Levett, shepherd. 
Aug. 3. William son of George Musk & Amelia dau : of Richard Cobbing. 

Aug. 12. Thomas son of James Goodchild w. & Sarah Edwards w. dau : of 

John Green, schoolmaster. 



I 






142 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



BURIALS 



1558. 


Nov. 


22. 




Dec. 


I. 




Dec. 


4- 




Jan. 


12. 




Jan. 


14. 




March 


I. 




March 


4- 




March 


15- 




March 


24. 


1559. 


April 


25- 




Maie 


3- 




June 


4- 




JuUe 


9. 




Sept. 


25- 




Oct. 


6. 




Jan. 


30- 


1560. 


April 


4- 




Dec. 


25- 


I56I. 


April 


13. 




Oct. 


27. 


1562. 


Oct. 


31- 




Nov. 


6. 




Nov. 


20. 


1563- 


Nov. 


3. 




Jan. 


5- 




Jan. 


17- 


1564. 


Oct. 


13- 




Oct. 


22. 




Feb. 


6. 



Margerie Plomer. 

Robert Maske. 

John Plomer. 

Edido the wyfe of William Page. 

Rose daughter of John Austin. 

Jamjss Smith. 

Robert Gylman. 

John the sonne of John Wellam. 

Alice the wyfe of John Wellam the yonger, 

John the sonne of John Lilly. 

Edmond Sparow. 

Thomas Blackman. 

Thomas the sonne of Thomas Hill. 

Margaret the daughter of Robert Wellam. 

John Wellam th' elder. 

Ann the daughter of Mr. Jaslin. 

Frauncis Martin. 

Elizabeth Jehiue. 

Joane the daughter of John W^ellom. 

Marie the daughter of Nicholas Cooke. 

Elizabeth Rogers. 

Margaret the wyfe of John Lilly. 

John Prick. 

John the sonne of Robert Wellam. 

John the sonne of John Sturgeon. 

Thomas Hil the blacksmith. 

Edward Bardwel. 

John Wellam th' elder. 

Nicholas the sonne of William Austin. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



143 



1565- 



1566. 



1567- 



1568. 



1569. 



Aug. 


17- 


Sept. 


22. 


Dec. 


5- 


Jan. 


13- 


Jan. 


31- 


March 


12. 


March 


19. 


March 


23- 


April 


22. 


Sept. 


27. 


Oct. 


20. 


Dec. 


31- 


Jan. 


19. 


Jan. 


20. 


Jan. 


24. 


March 


9- 


Maie 


2. 


Sept. 


20. 


Dec. 


I. 


Dec. 


2. 


Feb. 


10. 


Sept. 


12. 


Sept. 


16. 


Sept. 


22. 


Oct. 


16. 


Oct. 


28. 


Nov. 


20. 


Nov. 


22. 


Jan. 


12. 


Jan. 


13- 


June 


12. 


Aug. 


15- 


Sept. 


I. 


Dec. 


7- 


March 


5- 



AHce Wellam vvidowe. 

Margerie the wyfe of Richard Sillet. 

Eh'zabeth Drakelon. 

John the sonne of Thomas Brett. 

WilHam Birde. 

Robert Parker. 

Margerie Case. 

Roger Parker. 

William sonne of Robert Spalding. 

Richard Stapse. 

Edward the sonne of John Hande. 

Henrie the sonne of Roger Parker. 

Alice Bully widowe. 

John Hande. 

Alice the wyfe of John Goose. 

Elenor Tupfeld widowe. 

Robert the sonne of William Lilly of Wichambrooke. 

Barbara Edmondes. 

John Steeven. 

Elizabeth Gylman. 

Marie the daughter of William Fynn. 

Ann Godfrie widowe. 

William the sonne of Richard Cooper. 

William the sonne of John Goose. 

Jane the daughter of William Hawe. 

Reginold Fynn. 

Joan the daughter of William Lilly. 

Robert Carver. 

Katharine Allen. 

Margaret Fynn widowe. 

Margaret the wyfe of John Edmondes. 

John the sonne of John Bucknam. 

Margaret the wyfe of John Godfrie. 

Tomasin the daughter of John Bucknam. 

John the sonne of John Mayhewe. 



144 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



John the sonne of John Bucknam. 

Ursula the daughter of William Man. 

Katharine the daughter of William Man. 

Marie Barret. 

John the sonne of John Edowes. 

John Goose. 

Robert Nun. 

Marie Redgrave. 

William Lilly. 

Philip Spalding. 

William Fyshen. 

John Lilly. 

Ann Tyndal daughter of Sir Ambrose Jermyn, Knight. 

Thomas Bannyard. 

John Asten. 

Jane Fynn. 

Henrie Kobe. 

John Mahewe. 

Margerie Marten. 

Elizabeth Norman. 

Margaret Mahewe. 

Robert Page. 

John Waddelowe. 

Marie Hubbert. 

Joane Barun. 

Margaret Talmege. 

John Wellam. 

John Cooke. 

Thomas the sonne of Henrie Blagge esquire. 

Elizabeth Barret. 

Elizabeth the wyfe of John Cooke. 

Jane Gylman. 

John Harrison, clerke and Parson of this church, 

Joane Hadland. 

Marie Mahewe. 





March 


12. 


1570- 


Aug. 


8. 




Aug. 


15- 




Nov. 


17. 




Dec. 


2. 


1571- 


Oct. 


3- 




Nov. 


II. 


1572. 


Nov. 


21. 


1573- 


Julie 


29. 


1574- 


April 


5- 




April 


30- 




Male 


20. 




Sept. 


II. 




Oct. 


II. 




Oct. 


18. 


1575- 


Feb. 


17- 


1576. 


Male 


17- 




Jan. 


3- 




Jan. 


II. 


1577- 


April 


28. 




Feb. 


3- 


1578. 


Male 


16. 




Nov. 


28. 


1579. 


April 


14. 




Maie 


27. 




June 


6. 




Dec. 


28. 




Jan. 


13- 


1580. 


Maie 


3- 


1581. 


April 


21. 




Julie 


15- 




Julie 


21. 




Oct. 


26. 




Dec. 


26. 




March 


2. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



H5 





March 


9- 




March 


21. 


1582. 


March 


31- 




April 


14. 


1583. 


Male 


16. 




Male 


17- 




Aug. 


16. 




Sept. 


29. 




Jan. 


10. 




March 


3- 


1584. 


Nov. 


22. 


1585- 


Dec. 


21. 




Dec. 


21. 


1586. 


Dec. 


II. 




Jan. 


28. 


1587- 


April 


12. 




Nov. 


22. 


1588. 


April 


14. 




Male 


I. 




Male 


II. 




Maie 


13- 




Julie 


6. 




Aug. 


7- 




Oct. 


29. 


1589. 


Maie 


22. 




June 


21. 




June 


28. 




Dec. 


2. 




Jan. 


31- 




March 


9- 


1590. 


Dec. 


28. 




March 


17- 


I59I. 


Aug. 


14. 




Aug. 


19. 




March 


22. 



William the sonne of John Mahewe, 

Stephen the sonne of Stephen Bullen. 

Thomas Dearson. 

Margeret the daughter of John Yonge. 

John the sonne of John Fishen. 

Margaret Mahwe. 

Thomas Wellam. 

Alice the daughter of Thomas Brett. 

Agnes the wyfe of WilHam Barret. 

Nicholas Teuerson, laborer. 

Agnes Worde, widowe. 

EHzabeth Skinner, widowe. 

George the sonne of George Maio. 

William Willingam, 

Alice the daughter of John Godfrie the yonger. 

John the sonne of William Fishen. 

Isabel the wyfe of John Buckenam, clerk. 

Ann Perrie. 

Marie Rogers. 

Robert Spalding. 

Julian Rock. 

Marie the daughter of John Godfrie the yonger. 

Thomas Chapman. 

Margaret Page, widowe. 

Robert Scot. 

Hester the daughter of Henrie Blagge esquire. 

William Barret, laborer. 

Margaret the wyfe of John Godfrie th' elder. 

Marie Scot. 

Margaret the wyfe of William Fynn. 

Margaret Barom. 

Katharine Sillet. 

Marie the daughter of William Page. 

Clement Lucas. 

Agnes the wyfe of Thomas Corder. 



146 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



1592. 


Sept. 


5- 




Sept. 


23- 




Oct. 


5- 




Oct. 


6. 




Oct. 


12. 




Oct. 


14. 




Jan. 


15- 




Feb. 


28. 




March 


19. 


1593- 


Julie 


28. 




Julie 


31- 




Aug. 


31- 




Jan. 


25- 


1594- 


June 


I. 




Julie 


30. 




Jan. 


14. 


1595- 


April 


3- 




Male 


29. 




Oct. 


17- 




Oct. 


26. 


1596. 


Dec. 


25- 


1597- 


Male 


13- 




Oct. 


19. 


1598. 


June 


6. 




Nov. 


12. 


1599- 


Maie 


21. 




Aug. 


4- 




Sept. 


12. 




Dec. 


5- 


1600. 


May 


9- 




Nov. 


28. 




Jan. 


20. 




March 


II. 


1601. 


April 


15- 




June 


9- 



the children of Richard Sillet. 



John Turner, laborer. 

Thomas Frauncis, laborer. 

Clement 

Bridget 

Lettise the daughter of Thomas Scot. 

Agnes the wyfe of Edward Cock. 

Alice Oilman. 

Joane Oilman. 

David Wignol. 

Agnes Dearson widowe. 

Thomas Drakelon. 

Joane the wyfe of John Stanton. 

James Crick, laborer. 

Agnes the wyfe of Gregorie Burchenal. 

Marie Newegate. 

John Mozer. 

George Maio, laborer. 

Thomas Lucas esquire. 

John Buckenam, clerk. 

Richard the sonne of John Godfrie the yonger. 

William the sonne of Robert Lilly, 

Joane the wyfe of Eustace Haward. 

William Dearson th' elder. 

Edmond Hasel. 

Alice Godfrie. 

Agnes Wignol. 

Joane the wyfe of Thomas Norman. 

William the sonne of Henrie Mahewe. 

Tomasin the wyfe of Robert Newegate. 

Alice the wyfe of William Emmyns. 

Alice the daughter of Isaac Trumble. 

John Stanton. 

Richard Dearson. 

Richard Lillie. 

Jeremie Goose. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



H7 







Sept. 


II. 


Susan Haward. 






Jan. 


14. 


Robert Wellom. 






Jan. 


30. 


Joane Drakloe. 






Feb. 


26. 


Daniel Gallant. 






March 


5- 


Katharine the wyfe of Edward Paine. 




1602. 


June 


18. 


Bridget the wyfe of Richard Sillet. 






Dec. 


3- 


Margaret Wellom, widowe. 






Jan. 


18. 


Dorothie the wyfe of Isaac Trumble. 






Feb. 


8. 


Tomasin the wyfe of Thomas Breat. 






March 


7- 


Thomas Moore. 




1603. 


June 


5- 


Robert the sonne of Robert Newegate, 






June 


12. 


Edward Sillet. 






Nov. 


9- 


Joane the wyfe of Thomas Garret. 






Jan. 


15- 


William Haule. 






Feb. 


18. 


Clement Lucas gent. 




1604. 


May 


5- 


Alise Haward. 






June 


30. 


John Godfrie. 






Oct. 


22. 


Ehzabeth Spalding, widdowe. 






Nov. 


6. 


Rose Mahewe. 




1605. 


March 


26. 


Elizabeth Pannel. 






April 


18. 


James Sillet. 






Aug. 


14. 


Marie Sillet, widowe. 






Sept. 


8. 


John Gipse. 






Jan. 


22. 


Robert Hawle. 




1606. 


May 


7- 


Agnes Emyns. 






May 


9- 


Martha Steggel. 






Julie 


2. 


Christian Turner. 


4 




Sept. 


6. 


Tomasin Foorde. 


1 




Sept. 


12. 


Elizabeth Scot. 


> 


1607. 


May 


15- 


Ann the wyfe of Robert Breat. 


I 


1608. 


June 


2. 


Henrie Froste. 






Nov. 


16. 


William Baron. 






Feb. 


19. 


Robert Newegate. 






March 


10. 


Richard Cooper. 




l6oq. 


March 


27. 


Ann Stegol. 



I4S 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



Feb. 19. 

1610. March 31. 
May 7. 
May 8. 
May II. 
May 26. 
May 29. 
Oct. 9. 
Nov. 26. 
Dec. 16. 
Jan. 7. 

1611. June 27. 
Julie 12. 
Nov. 13. 
Nov. 30. 
Jan. 24. 

1612. June 3. 
Julie I. 
Julie 4. 
Julie 13. 

1613. March 28. 
Aug. 3. 
Dec. 10. 
Jan. 16. 
March 21. 

1614. March 28. 
April 12. 
April ig. 
Male 21. 
Oct. 22. 
Oct. 25. 
Nov. 20. 

1615. May 8. 
Sept. 3. 
Feb. 2. 



Bridget Crick. 
John Emmins. 
Valentine Short. 
Edey Walker. 
George Bucchenham. 
Rose Langley. 
John Gypse. 
Alise Goose. 
Agnes Goose. 
AHse Mahewe. 
William Bailie. 
William Amner. 
Alise Haward. 
Joane Fynn. 
Harrie Blagge. 
Mary Haward. 
Robert Moore. 
Martha Cutmare. 
Audry Lilly. 
Margaret Mahewe. 
Nicholas Friet. 
Margaret Francis. 
Eedie Gipse. 
Margaret Page. 
Robert Earner. 
Elizabeth Fuller. 
Margaret Short. 
Theodore Haward. 
Barbara Fishon. 
Emme Cock. 
Judith Butler, 
[or 30] . Henry Wiard. 
Agnes Fishen. 
Edward Bulbrooke. 
Francys Vervy. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



149 



1616. 



1617. 
1618. 



1619. 



1620. 



1 62 1, 



1622. 



Feb. 
March 
March 
March 
April 
May 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Jan. 
June 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
March 
Feb. 
March 
April 
June 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
March 
May 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Feb. 
March 24. 
•March 29. 
July 
July 
Aug. 
Nov. 
Jan. 
Jan. 



22. 
3- 

17- 

28. 

17. 
7- 
3- 

28. 

10. 

25- 

13- 
I. 
8. 

10. 

29. 

24. 

15. 
3- 

II. 

9- 
10. 

7- 
4- 

24. 

10. 

18. 
I. 



22. 

30. 
I. 

23- 
I. 

2. 



Thomas Rogers, clerk. 

Bridget Rogers. 

Grace Deereson. 

Christian Wiard. 

Hannah Scott. 

John Hayward. 

Edward Payne. 

Anne Cutteris. 

Anne Manning. 

Katherine Bret. 

Mary Lucas. 

Thomas Sharp. 

Robert Bret. 

Elizabeth Bennet. 

George Stegall. 

Mary Ingold. 

Rose Church. 

Alice Welham. 

William Godfry. 

Mary Lamer. 

Joane Newgate. 

Robert Carlile. 

Anne Baylie. 

John Goose. 

John Godfry, and Thomas Page. 

Anne Fiston. 

Bridget Covell. 

Martha Handler. 

Mary Handler. 

Frances Syllet. 

Abigail Church. 

Robert Mayhew. 

Alice Hayward. 

William Fynne. 

Robert Newgate, 



'50 




HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIA 


LS. 




Jan. 


24. 


Anne Walker. 






Feb. 


15- 


Margery Stanton. 






Feb. 


23. 


Elizabeth Cooper. 






March 


22. 


John Edhouse. 




1623. 


May 


6. 


Anne Sutton. 






June 


26. 


Richard Deareson. 






Dec. 


II. 


John Mason. 






Jan. 


31- 


Anne Goldsmith. 




1624. 


April 


25- 


Grace the daughter of William Bedell. 






June 


22. 


Katherine the wife of John Hayward. 






July 


6. 


William Page. 






Aug. 


14. 


Martha Blagge. 






Aug. 


19. 


Humphry Blagge. 






Dec. 


31- 


Agnes Bright. 




1625. 


March 


25- 


Martha the wife of John Gedge. 






May 


2. 


John Allen. 






June 


10. 


Thomas Covill. 






July 


12. 


Marie Lucas. 






Aug. 


20. 


Robert Spark. 






Aug. 


13- 


Elizabeth Stoneham. 






Sept. 


4- 


Elizabeth Wiard. 






Sept. 


28. 


Anne Cooper. 






Oct. 


I. 


William Cornish. 






Oct. 


10. 


Alice Goldsmith. 






March 


7- 


William Covell. 




1626. 


April 


II. 


William Gedge. 






April 


20. 


Margery Friet. 






May 


10. 


Mary Lucas. 






June 


19. 


Marie Godfry. 






July 


9- 


Stephen Godfry. 






Aug. 


25- 


Margaret Edhouse. 






Oct. 


26. 


Thomasin Bret. 


' 




Nov. 


14. 


Anne Stavers. 






Dec. 


23- 


John Dizing. 






Jan, 


17. 


John Church, 





HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



151 





Feb. 


3- 


Margaret Richardson. 




March 


9- 


Marie Spinck. 




March 


II. 


John Chester. 




March 


21. 


Anne Godfry. 


1627. 


April 


6. 


William Toller. 




April 


16. 


Margaret Godfry. 




April 


20. 


Edward Paine. 




May 


18. 


Susan Tomson. 




June 


3- 


John Ingold. 




Nov. 


4. 


Alice Newgate. 




Feb. 


9- 


Marie Sillet. 




March 


19. 


Barbara Fiston. 


1628. 


April 


16. 


Joane Toller. 




April 


24. 


Anne Toller. 




July 


5- 


William Langham. 




July 


14. 


Lydia Lucas. 




Sept. 


13- 


Martha Fiston. 




Nov. 


9- 


Thomas Brett. 




Nov. 


15. 


Mary Ruggles. 


1629. 


June 


9- 


William Fysson. 




Feb. 


9- 


Marget Bucxnam. 


1630. 


June 


2. 


Robert Spinke. 




Aug. 


26. 


Joane Payne of [sic] Edward Payne, 




Oct. 


9. 


Edmund Blague. 




Nov. 


30- 


Lucie Chapman. 




Dec. 


26. 


An Maihewe. 




Feb. 


13- 


Thomas Wellham. 


1631. 


April 


12. 


Judith the wife of Henry Hayward. 




May 


2. 


Richard Gippes houshoulder. 




July 


5- 


Judith Godferie. 




June 


21. 


George Blague. 




Aug. 


30- 


Susan the wife of Josias Longe. 




Oct. 


8. 


Adrie the wife of Edward Sillet. 




Dec. 


18. 


Thomas Parker. 




Feb. 


23- 


Rose Sowter wido\ye. 



152 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 





March 


7- 


Marie Sillet. 




March 


9- 


Alee Parker. 


1632. 


March 


29. 


Elizabeth Cooper. 




April 


17- 


Robert Godfrie. 




July 


10. 


Sara Godfrie. 




July 


13- 


Susan Wright. 




July 


30. 


Ann Towler, 




Aug. 


10. 


Holofernes Towler. 




Aug. 


26. 


Gilbert Towler. 




Nov. 


8. 


Edward Sillet junior. 




Nov. 


20. 


Alice Sparke. 




Jan. 


5- 


Edward Sillet senior. 




Jan. 


8. 


Marie Mudd. 




March 


24. 


Samuel the son of William Ruggles, 


1633. 


March 


29. 


Antony Hardy. 




April 


4- 


Henrie Wyard. 




May 


25- 


William Sawyer. 




Aug. 


26. 


John Warde. 




Dec. 


12. 


Thomas Clarke. 




Dec. 


26. 


Richard Sillet senior. 


1634. 


May 


II. 


Nicholas Buckenham, dark. 




Aug. 


22. 


Barbara Roulinsonne. 




Nov. 


12. 


Frances Bailie. 




Jan. 


10. 


Elisabeth Cotton. 




Jan. 


15- 


Alice Goody. 




March 


24. 


Thomas Stanton. 


1635. 


April 


5- 


Marie Spinke. 




June 


24. 


Thomas Chinnery. 




June 


30. 


John Titmus. 




July 


I. 


Margaret Spinke. 




July 


II. 


Alice Maihew. 




Oct. 


19. 


Elizabeth Steward. 


1636. 


April 


25- 


Sarah Bull. 




May 


II. 


Alice Churche. 




June 


II. 


Robert Mayhew, 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



153 



1637. 



1638. 



1639. 



1640. 



June 


24. 


July 


16. 


Aug. 


I. 


Aug. 


31- 


Sept. 


2. 


Nov. 


30. 


Dec. 


15- 


Feb. 


21. 


Feb. 


25- 


Aug. 


5- 


Sept. 


13- 


Sept. 


29. 


Oct. 


30- 


Nov. 


27. 


Dec. 


10. 


Dec. 


13- 


Jan. 


12. 


April 


15- 


April 


16. 


April 


30- 


May 


3- 


July 


14. 


July 


23- 


Sept. 


5- 


Oct. 


21. 


Oct. 


30. 


March 


5- 


June 


22. 


Sept. 


28. 


Oct. 


4- 


Oct. 


26. 


Jan. 


13- 


Jan. 


21. 


May 


14. 


May 


24. 



Alice Hayward. 

Robert Wellam. 

Phillip Newgate. 

Susan Mayhew. 

Sara Sparke. 

Richard Lyndall. 

Alice Godfry, widdowe. 

Rebecca Godfrie. 

William Heywarde. 

Martha Brewster. 

Thomas Lucas, 

Marie Paine. 

Frances Nutman. 

Dorothy Sillet. 

Mary Talbot. 

Dorothy Sillet the elder. 

Anna Hall. 

Mary the daughter of Edward Godfry. 

Robert Steward the elder. 

Richard son of Robert & Margaret Goodrick. 

Lettice Adames. 

Jone Sharpe. 

George Kerington. 

Anne Brewster. 

John Cooper, 

Gyles Hayward. 

Henry Goldsmith, 

Elizabeth Cutteris. 

Clement Lucas, 

Martha Ruggles. 

Frances Baily. 

William Lucas, 

Margaret Godfrie, 

Isaac Trumble. 

Frances Ewen, 



154 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 





June 


19. 


Thomas Godfrie. 




Aug. 


30- 


Marable Parmen. 




Nov. 


22. 


Edward Finsham. 




Dec. 


17- 


Richard Couper. 




Jan. 


12. 


Francis Adams. 




Jan. 


15- 


Elizabeth English. 




Jan. 


20. 


William Clarke. 




Feb. 


6. 


Thomas Talbutt. 


I64I. 


Sept. 


30. 


Elizabeth Ruggles. 




Oct. 


II. 


William Baylye. 




March 


9- 


William Manning. 


1642. 


May 


14. 


Susan Howton. 




June 


4- 


Josias Longe. 




June 


8. 


Sarah Wiffen. 




July 


10. 


Ambrose Goldsmith 




July 


25- 


Richard Sillet. 




Sept. 


15. 


Edward Godfrie. 




Jan. 


13- 


John Hayward. 




March 


5- 


Grace Addams. 


1643. 


April 


15- 


Thomasin Sillet. 




April 


22. 


Martha Spinke. 




June 


6. 


Elizabeth Ruggles. 




Nov. 


7- 


Elizabeth Godfry. 




Nov. 


21. 


Robert Lilly. 


1644. 


July 


16. 


Henery Hayward. 




Sept. 


24. 


Robert Addams. 




Sept. 


24. 


Anne Towler. 


1645. 


June 


7- 


Barbara Turner. 




Jan. 


so- 


Em : Tailor. 


1646. 


May 


le. 


Robert Steward. 




Aug. 


9- 


Elizabeth Stanton. 




Nov. 


13- 


Frances Ewen. 


1647. 


June 


8. 


George Rowlison. 




Oct. 


8. 


Elizabeth Adames. 


1653. 


May 


10. 


Eleazar Goodrick, 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



155 





July 


13- 




Dec. 


21. 




Feb. 


25- 




March 


24. 


1657- 


Aug. 


28. 




Sept. 


4- 


1658. 


Maye 


31- 




Dec. 


21. 


1659. 


July 


15. 


1660. 


May 


17- 




June 


i6. 




July 


12. 




Aug. 


28. 




Aug. 


30. 




Sept. 


19. 




Sept. 


24. 




Nov. 


25- 




Dec. 


20. 




Jan. 


15- 




Jan. 


31. 




Feb. 


3- 




March 


20. 


I66I. 


May 


I. 




May 


22. 




May 


27. 




June 


17- 




June 


26. 




Oct. 


24. 




Nov. 


6. 




Nov. 


24. 




Dec. 


8. 




Jan. 


12. 




Jan. 


17. 




Jan. 


27. 




Feb. 


13, 



John Cook. 

Margrit the wife of Robert Cooke. 

Jone Lendal, widowe. 

The wife of John Grifing. 

Andrew Wright. 

Thomas Wade. 

Robert Spinke. 

John Fisson. 

Thomas Godfrie. 

Edward Hayward. 

Vincent Handler. 

Widdow Ruggles. 

Widdow Wyard. 

Richard Cooke. 

Margaret Ford. 

Robert Goodrick, rector, sat.. : [?] 

Mary Cadman. 

Mary Fairy. 

Mary Womocke. 

The wife of John Steward. 

The widdow Gierke. 

The wife of William Wiffin. 

Mr. Thomas Sache. 

The widdow Margarett Toller. 

Francis Taylor. 

William Skinner. 

William Hayward. 

Major Tho : Stanton. 

Ann the wife of Mr. Jaspar Blemel. 

Mr. William Covell. 

Margaret wife of James Wyard the yonger. 

Jane the wife of Mr. Valentine Gipps. 

George the son of Robert Kerrington. 

William Wiffin. 

Anne the daughter of William Gutteridge, 



156 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 





Feb. 


18. 


1662. 


March 


31- 




May 


ig. 




Aug. 


29, 




Jan. 


14. 


1663. 


March 


25- 




March 


29, 




March 


31' 




April 


8, 




July 


16, 




Sept. 


24. 




Nov. 


II, 




Feb. 


8, 


1664. 


July 


5' 




July 


II. 




Oct. 


15- 


1665. 


April 


29. 




June 


4- 




June 


10. 




June 


28, 




Aug. 


26. 




Sept. 


12. 




Nov. 


II. 


1666. 


May 


10. 




Aug. 


II. 




Aug. 


26. 




Dec. 


3- 




Dec. 


8. 




Jan. 


23' 


1667. 


April 


4- 




April 


24, 




May 


22. 




June 


6, 




Dec. 


18. 




Jan. 


6. 



Elizabeth daughter of Mr. Richard Gipps. 

Isaac son of John Smyth. 

Joshua Wade. 

Timothy Oldman. 

Widow Ingall. 

Mary the wife of Robert Steward. 

Thomas son of William Godfry. 

Widow Godfry. 

Elizabeth wife of Robert Booty. 

Charles son of Gibson Lucas, Dr. in Divinity. 

James son of James Bland. 

Widow Houghton. 

Mr. Richard Gipps. 

Thomas Willson. 

Thomas Manning. 

Henry the son of Henry & Joan : Godfrey. 

The widdow Freeth. 

Clement the sonn of Gipson & Elisebeth Lukes. 

Gipson the sonn of Gipson & Elisebeth Lukes. 

Rebecka the dauter of John Stewerd. 

Ann the wife of Larrence Woomacke. 

The widdow Sage. 

Mrs. Mary Woomacke. 

Mary the dauter of Gipson Lukes. 

John Haywerd. 

The wife of Thomas Sillot. 

EHsebeth the dauter of William Ewen. 

Widdow Fiston. 

Ann the dauter of Robert Kerrington. 

Josias the sonn of Josias Right. 

Thomas Garnner. 

Widdow Bannack. 

Robert Cook. Q. 

Robert the sonn of Thomas Sergant. 

The wife of Thomas Sergant, 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



157 



William the sonn of William Cater. 

John Steward. 

The wife of Gipson Lukes. 

The wife of John Cooper. 

The wife of William Manning. 

The wife of Hinry Godfry. 

Ritchard the sonn of William Covell. 

The widdow Godfry. 

Thomas Chinry. 

Edmund Hayward. 

Widdow Elmes. 

Widdow Chinery. 

Anne the wife of Richard Sillett. 

Mary the wife of Thomas Wellham. 

Widdow Wiffin. 

John Mantua. 

Elisabeth the daughter of William & Hannah W^iard. 

Robert Goldsmith. 

Henry Betts. 

Rebecca the wife of Laurence Howard. 

Widdow Wiard. 

William the son of WilHam & Mary Covell. Q. 

Widdow Steward. 

Henry Dearson. 

Judith the daughter of Mrs. Margarett Goodrick. 

Anne Copping. 

Robert Booty. 

Anne the daughter of William & Elisabeth Ewen. 

Margarett the wife of Mr. William Lucas. 

Elisabeth the daughter of John & EHsabeth Houghton of 

Westly. 
Richard Rush worth. 
Elisabeth the wife of John Noble. 
Old Mrs. Gipps. 
Abigail the daughter of Thomas & Mary Atkin. 





Jan. 


18. 




March 


17- 


1668. 


June 


25- 




June 


29. 




July 


6. 




July 


23- 




Sept. 


9- 




Nov. 


28. 




Jan. 


28. 


I67I. 


April 


16. 




May 


8. 




May 


21. 




May 


29. 




Nov. 


16. 




Dec. 


14. 




March 


13- 


1673. 


March 


31- 




April 


6. 




May 


30. 




June 


I. 




Aug. 


6. 




Aug. 


22. 




Nov. 


18. 




Dec. 


31- 


1674. 


May 


I. 




May 


12. 




Oct. 


12. 




Jan. 


25. 




March 


8. 


1675- 


April 


7- 




April 


8. 




April 


12. 




May 


II. 




July 


17- 



158 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



1676. 



1677. 



Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Jan. 
March 
March 22 
June 9 



1678. 



July 
Oct. 
Dec. 
Jan. 
Jan. 



May 

July 

July 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Jan. 



21. 
21. 
23- 
4- 
20. 

10. 



22. 
30. 

13- 

6. 

30. 



15- 
27. 
10. 
31- 
4- 
17- 

4- 
24. 



I. 
17- 



Feb. 
Feb. 
March 1 1 
April 
May 



June 
June 
Oct. 
Jan. 



13- 
6. 
12. 
19. 
16. 
26. 



Mr. William Godfrey. 

Mr. Robert Kerrington, the son of Mr. George Kerrington. 

Old John Ewon. 

Elisabeth the wife of the same John Ewen. 

Joan the wife of Robert Steward. 

William the son of Lawrence & Elizabeth Howard. 

Thomas the son of William & Christian Cater. 

Robert Steward the younger. 

William Guttridge. 

Luke Mahew the eldest, and William Manning. 

Timothy the son of Timothy Adamson. 

Elizabeth the daughter of William & Anne Lucas. 

Susannah the younger of the twin-daughters of John & Joan 

Hockly. 
Mary the eldest daughter of John & Joan Hockly. 
Lawrence the son of Lawrence & Elizabeth Howard. 
Roger Houghton, father to Mr. John Houghton of Westly. 
James the son of WiUiam & Elizabeth Ewen. 
Sherman the son of Mary Mantua. 
Elizabeth the wife of Robert Sparrow of Westly. 
Mary Mantua, aforesaid widdow. 
John Walker, late schoollmaster at Bury. 
John Crow, a servant of Mr. William Covell's. 
Christian the daughter of William & Anne Lucas. 

„,. , , [children of John & Margarett Arnold. 
Elizabeth! "' ^ 

Mary the wife of John Robinson. 

Sarah the wife of James Ewen. 

Old widdow Nelson, the mother of George Nelson. 

Old widdow Toller. 

Joshua Sillett. 

Grace the daughter of George & Mary Nelson. 

Henry Godfrey. 

Natthaniell the son of Natthaniell & Anne Goodrick. 

Anne daughter of Nathaniell Goodrick. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



159 



March 


13- 


1679. April 


12. 


May 


26. 


May 


29. 


June 


13- 


Sept. 


2. 


Nov. 


23- 


Jan. 


20. 


Feb. 


18. 


1680. June 


3- 


Aug. 


9- 


Sept. 


30- 


Oct. 


I. 


Oct. 


7- 


Dec. 


30. 


Jan. 


II. 


Jan. 


28. 


Feb. 


2. 


1681. May 


4- 


May 


19. 


May 


30. 


May 


31- 


June 


7- 


July 


24. 


Aug. 


28. 


Sept. 


II. 


Sept. 


29. 


Oct. 


4- 


Sept. 


19. 


Nov. 


24. 


Dec. 


10. 


Jan. 


20. 


March 


12. 


March 


18. 


1682. March 


29. 



Thomas Welham. 

John son of Francis & Frances Frost. 

Abigail daughter of Lawrence & Anne Perkins. 

Anthony Coast, late servant to Sir Richard Gipps. 

Robert son of Robert & Anne Goldsmith. 

John Smith senior. 

Francis sonne of Francis & Jone Hockley. 

Thomas son of Thomas & Barbara Ford. 

James Ewen. 

Mr. Sylliard Gipps. 

Martha Hampeton. 

Robert Steward. 

William Prick. 

Robert Goldsmith, and Mary Ament. 

Christian Manning. 

Luke Mayhew the elder. 

Laurence Howard. 

William Frost. 

Margaret Wiffin. 

Margarett Smith. 

Daniel Clarke. 

William Adams. 

Mary Prick. 

William Cater. 

John Cooper. 

Elizabeth Ling. 

Sir Richard Gipps. 

Mary Ford. 

The widdow Hayward. 

Thomas Sergeant. 

John Adamson of the Parish of St. Marie's in Bury. 

Henry Cozens. 

Mr. Georg Gipps. 

James Prick. [Prigg in the duplicate.] 

Dorothy Hayward. 



i6o 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 





April 


ig. 


WilUam Smith. 




May 


2. 


The widdow Steward. 




July 


29. 


John Garner. 


1683. 


April 


2. 


Thomas son of Thomas Ford. 




April 


8. 


Robert Pack. 




April 


23. 


Ehzabeth daughter of Timothy Adamson. 




May 


8. 


Susan Linge. 




Aug. 


20. 


Widow Cater. 




Aug. 


19. 


Thomas son of William Lucas. 




Sept. 


10. 


Josias Wright. 




Feb. 


21. 


Abraham Copping. 




Feb. 


26. 


Margaret Atkin. 




March 


14. 


Henry Potter. 


1684. 


May 


5- 


Widow Booty. 




May 


31- 


Mary Folkes. 




July 


I. 


Thomas Chinery. 




Nov. 


8. 


Samuel Parkin. 




Nov. 


23. 


Mary Parkin widow. 




Jan. 


20. 


Mary and Ehzabeth, daughters of William & Anne Lucas. 




Feb. 


18. 


John Aimund. 




Jan. 


21. 


Lewis Mortlock. 




March 


II. 


William Goldsmith. 


1685. 


May 


5- 


Thomas Wiffen. 




Aug. 


25- 


Henery Sparke. 




Sept. 


ig. 


Mary Smith. 




Oct. 


25- 


Ann Jervis. 


1686. 


Aug. 


II. 


Wife of Mr. Edward Parker. 




Dec. 


II. 


John Prick. 




Feb. 


27. 


John Matthews. 




March 


I. 


Frances Frost. 


1687. 


July 


10. 


Richard Sillet juniour. 




July 


19. 


Mary daughter of John Patchy. 




July 


21. 


Elizabeth wife of George Chadney. 




July 


24. 


Richard Sillet the elder. 


1688. 


April 


2. 


Widow Wiffen. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



i6i 





June 


17- 


John Reeve. 






July 


10. 


Charles Lucas. 






July 


30. 


William Fissen. 






Aug. 


25- 


Robert Noble. 




1689. 


March 


27. 


Henery Houghton of Westly. 






June 


6. 


Henery Wyard. 


- 




Nov. 


12. 


Widow Redgin. 






Nov. 


26. 


Edmund Rose. 






Feb. 


5- 


William Covell. 






March 


12. 


Mrs. Walker. 






March 


21. 


daughter of William Alderton. 




1690. 


Aug. 


21. 


Mary Herrington. 






Jan. 


10. 


Elizabeth Web. 






March 


16. 


John Howton of Westly. 




I69I. 


April 


II. 


John Gierke. 






May 


15- 


Richard Covell. 






Aug. 


29. 


Gibson Lucas. 






Sept. 


2. 


Alice Covell. 






Jan. 


so- 


Sarah Edgely. 






Feb. 


il. 


Anthony Smith. 






Feb. 


19. 


Wife of Thomas Gardiner senior. 






March 


13- 


Mr. Edward Parker. 




1692. 


May 


7. 


Richard Edgely. 






May 


22. 


Mr. Brown of Norwich. 






May 


22. 


Widow Harvey. 






May 


27. 


Mary Cosens. 






July 


9- 


William Cosens. 






Sept. 


2. 


Mr. Nelson. 






Nov. 


2. 


Mrs. Covell. 




1693. 


May 


18. 


Elizabeth Farrar. 






June 


17- 


Hannah Wiseman. 






Sept. 


3. 


Goodman Crowch. 






Nov. 


30- 


Goodman Cadman. 






Dec. 


14. 


Mr. Thomas son of Mr. William Covell 




March 


II. 


Widow Wellorne, 





i62 HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 

1694. ^^y ^^' Widow Goldsmith. 

May 29. Mr. John Covel, and Edmund Rose. 

May 31. WiUiam Wyard. 

June 2. Thomas Skinner. 

June 17. Wife of WilHam Alderton. 

July 7. William Alderton. 

July 25. Widow Smith. 

Aug. 4. Alice Alderton. 

Feb. 5. John Ling. 

Feb. 15. Robert Talbot. 

1695. April 21. Thomas Wix. 

Aug. I. Mary wife of Philip Parker, labourer. 

Aug. 10. John Covel Kittle son of John Kittle, farmer. 

Aug. 16. W^illiam Ewen, labourer. 

Sept. 7. Susan daughter of John Gierke, labourer. 

Sept. 22. Thomas son of Henery Cornwall, labourer. 

Nov. 7. Jane daughter of Thomas Smith, clerke, and Eleanor. 

Dec. 29. Susan Covel, widow. 

Feb. 4. Mary Godfry, farmer's wife. 

1696. April 5. Thomas son of John Lait, labourer. 
Juno 20. Joseph son of Joseph Bunting, labourer. 
Oct. 7. Thomas son of John Wiseman, woolcomber. 
Oct. 15. Hannah Wyard, farmer's widow. 

1697. J^ly ^^' William son of William Newport, labourer. 
Sept. 21. Widow Prior, almswoman. 

Oct. 18. Widow Frost, almswoman. 

Nov. 5. Widow Prick, almswoman. 

Feb. 19. Philip Higham of Kentford, labourer. 

March 6. John Ernsby, labourer, near Thetford. 

1698. March 29. Widow Willingham, wife of labourer. 

May 7. Ann wife of Thomas Spensely of Bury, upholster. 

May 7. Tabitha wife of James Wright, labourer. 

May 26. Gipson Lucas, Dr Divinity, Professour of Divinity. 

Jan. 25. A son of Thory & Mary Wix, woolcomber. 

1699. Ms-y 20. Thomas son of John Wiseman, woolcomber. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



163 



Richard son of Richard Elsden, labourer. 
John son of John Bensted, labourer. 
Robert son of Robert Potter, labourer. 
Frances daughter of Henry Harvey, labourer. 
Stephen son of Francis Foreman, labourer. 

1700. May 2a. Joseph son of Joseph Bunting, labourer. 
Mrs. Ann Kerrington, gentlewoman. 
John Robinson. 

1701. April 5. John son of William Cooper, labourer. 
James Right, labourer. 
Thomas Web, tailour. 
Ann Potter. 

Mary daughter of Edward Parker, labourer. 
Mrs. Howton, of Westly. 

Elizabeth daughter of Edward Parker, labourer. 
Rachel wife of John Lait, labourer. 
Sarah daughter of Edward Parker, labourer. 
John Lait, labourer. 
Thory [Theodore] Wix, clothier. 
Jonathan son of John Gierke, labourer. 

1702. May 13. Ann daughter of Henry & Elizabeth Cornwall, labourer. 
Widow Pack of Ixworth. 
Thomas Chinery. 
Widow Parker. 

Isabella daughter of Richard Elsden, labourer. 
Widow Jarvis. 
John Goodrick. 
Ralf son of Ralf Adams, labourer. 

1703. May 16. John Ewen. 
Robert son of John Petchy. 
Sarah wife of Edward Parker, labourer. 
Mary Rolfe. 
John Cooper, labourer. 
Frank son of James Frost, labourer. 
Elizabeth Paman, 



July 


27. 


Aug. 


27. 


Oct. 


21. 


Feb. 


27. 


March 


14. 


May 


28. 


July 


4- 


Nov. 


29. 


April 


5- 


May 


19. 


July 


15- 


Sept. 


25- 


Oct. 


12. 


Oct. 


26. 


Oct. 


27. 


Nov. 


2. 


Nov. 


18. 


Nov. 


21. 


Feb. 


26. 


March 


19. 


May 


13- 


May 


18. 


Sept. 


10. 


Sept. 


15- 


Oct. 


II. 


Oct. 


16. 


Oct. 


19. 


Jan. 


5- 


May 


16. 


Aug. 


30- 


Oct. 


25- 


Nov. 


18. 


Dec. 


29. 


Jan. 


31- 


Feb. 


14. 



164 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



George Gerald, labourer. 

1704. May I. Caleb Sillet. 
Widow Cosens. 
Edward Forster, clerke. 
John son of William Harrington, woolcomber, & Mary his 

wife. 
Margaret Pettiwood, widow. 
Edward Godfry, husbandman. 
Esther Gardiner. 
Thomas Sargant, labourer. 
John and Elizabeth, twins of Robert Potter, labourer. 

1705. April 4.. Ann daughter of Eshther Forster. 
Sarah Sondcroft. 
Goodman Mountague. 
Ann Kittle. 
Luke Lilly. 
Widow Adams. 
Ann daughter of James Frost. 
Elizabeth wife of Thomas Goldsmith jun. 
Humphry son of Henry Cornwall. 
Eleanor wife of Thomas Smith. 
Elizabeth daughter of John & Carr Brooke. 
John son of Ralfe & Sarah Adams. 
Thomas Parker, and Martha wife of John Noble. 
Francis son of Francis & Else Shaw. 
John Lanseter, and Thomas son of Joseph Bunting. 
Edward Potter. 
Thomas Chinery. 
Richard Gardiner. 

1707. April 6. Abraham Pain. 

Mr William Covel. 

Daniel son of Francis & Sarah Foreman. 

John son of John & Mary Rolfe. 

John son of James Frost. 

Widow Ewen, 



1706. 



March 


12. 


May 


I. 


Aug. 


4- 


Sept. 


29. 


Oct. 


30. 


Nov. 


5- 


Jan. 


13- 


Jan. 


18. 


Jan. 


21. 


Jan. 


27. 


April 


4- 


May 


6. 


June 


18. 


July 


13- 


Aug. 


16. 


Sept. 


13- 


Oct. 


6. 


Oct. 


23- 


Feb. 


26. 


May 


9- 


May 


16. 


June 


15- 


Sept. 


6. 


Jan. 


6. 


Jan. 


15- 


Feb. 


21. 


March 


5. 


March 


14. 


April 


6. 


April 


12. 


April 


19. 


April 


29. 


May 


3- 


May 


4- 



hoRriIsigeR registers.— burials. 



165 



May 


15- 


Ann Sparrow. 


May 


20. 


Mrs. Lilly. 


Sept. 


2. 


Widow Bass. 


Sept. 


8. 


Thomas Bass. 


Sept. 


10. 


EHzabeth Giblin. 


Oct. 


13- 


Margat Rolfe. 


Dec. 


I. 


Alice Adams. 


Jan. 


I. 


Elizabeth Spensely. 


Jan. 


18. 


Elisebeth wife of Charles Web elder. 


Feb. 


24. 


Judeth daughter of Henry How. 


March 


4- 


Judeth wife of Mr. Thomas Covel. 


Feb. 


II. 


Elisebeth wife of Henry Cornwell. 


1708. April 


10. 


Ann Fisson. 


June 


9- 


Simon Goldsmith. 


July 


I. 


Thomas Elms. 


Sept. 


23- 


Rebecca Spark. 


Oct. 


22. 


Elizabeth Rolfe. 


Nov. 


12. 


John How. 


Nov. 


13- 


Thomas Goldsmith. 


Dec. 


3- 


Isaac Bartel. 


Dec. 


28. 


Eleanor Manning. 


Jan. 


4- 


Anthony son of Henry Smith. 


Feb. 


9- 


Rebecca Edgely. 


Feb. 


16. 


Sarah How. 


1709. April 


12. 


Hannah daughter of Edward Parker. 


May 


I. 


Martha How. 


May 


4- 


Ann daughter of Mr. John Kittle. 


May 


13- 


Thomas Hempsted. 


June 


15- 


Georg Cadny. 


Dec. 


14. 


Samuel Bray, labourer. 


Jan. 


26. 


Alice Adam. 


Feb. 


13- 


Susanna Hempsted. 


March 


' 13- 


Robert Ling. 


1710. April 


3- 


Charles Web senior. 


April 


9- 


. Hester Wright, widow. 



i66 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



1711. 



1712. 



T-IT-Z- 



17I4. 



1715- 



Sept. 


27. 


Jan. 


27. 


Feb. 


7- 


March 


19. 


May 


3- 


May 


30- 


July 


29. 


July 


31- 


Aug. 


15- 


Sept. 


23. 


Jan. 


22. 


March 


12. 


May 


19. 


June 


2. 


Nov. 


II. 


Nov. 


16. 


April 


16. 


April 


19. 


May 


2. 


June 


3- 


Aug. 


20. 


Oct. 


9- 


Jan. 


2. 


April 


6. 


April 


19. 


May 


29. 


June 


2. 


June 


3- 


June 


8. 


June 


18. 


Aug. 


31- 


Oct. 


3- 


Feb. 


18. 


May 


29. 


June 


13' 



William Lucas. 
John Rolfe. 
Richard Gardiner. 
William Adams. 
Francis Frost, labourer. 
Ann Estling. 
Mr. William Lilly. 
Mary daughter of John Brook. 
William Brinkly. 
Mary wife of William Hempsted. 
Thomas Goldsmith. 
Elisabeth Skinner. 
Margaret daughter of Michael King. 
Joseph Bunting. 
Mary wife of James Mortlock. 
Samuel son of Robert & Ann Potter. 
James son of James & Ann Spalden. 
James Hempsted. ^ 

William Rolfe. [Entered among the Baptisms. 
Edward son of Edward & Rachel Parker. 
Susan Brook. 

Mrs. Judeth Sharp, mother of Thomas Smith. 
Leah Manning. 
Widow Godfry of Risby. 
John Clerk, labourer. 
James Foreman. 

Sarah Bray, and Adams. 

William Bunting. 

Mrs. Godfry. 

Elisabeth Goldsmith. 

Thomas Gardiner. 

Thomas Chinery, blacksmith. 

James Mortlock. 

John son of John & Ann Battely. 

Ann wife of Mr. William Lucas. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



167 



July 


— 


July 


21. 


Aug. 


23- 


Aug. 


24. 


Nov. 


17- 


Dec. 


20. 


Feb. 


6. 


1716. March 


30. 


April 


II. 


July 


2. 


Sept. 


18. 


Oct. 


20. 


Oct. 


24. 


Nov. 


29. 


Dec. 


5- 


March 


12. 


1717. June 


17- 


Aug. 


14. 


Aug. 


22. 


Sept. 


8. 


Dec. 


II. 


Dec. 


28. 


Feb. 


I. 


1 718. April 


4- 


April 


II. 


Aug. 


3- 


July 


23. 


Dec. 


4- 


Jan. 


10. 


Feb. 


10. 


1719. May 


20. 


May 


31- 


June 


16. 


Aug. 


16. 


Sept. 


17- 



Susan daughter of Miles [Michael] King. 

Widow Bray. 

Mr. Thomas Covel. 

Alice daughter of Francis Shaw. 

Lady Gipps. 

Charles Brook, a child. 

John Smith. 

Widow Clerk. 

Mr. Timothy Adamson, clerk. 

Mary Newport. 

Mrs. Mary Adamson. 

Elisabeth daughter of Henry Cosens. 

Peter Firman. 

Mr. William Lucas, and Leah Jarvis. 

Mary Bunting. 

Old John Rolf of Kentford. 

Rose Gerald. 

Hester Forster, widow. 

William Hempsted. 

Edmund Lemmon, a child. 

John Ewen. 

Mr. Howton of Westly. 

John son of Casaubon Howton. 

Widow Elisabeth Prick. 

Paul son of Ralf Adams. 

Widow Talbot. 

Elisabeth Howton. 

Mr. Thomas Spensely, clerk. 

Henry How. 

Thomas son of Henry Cosens. 

Thomas Ling. 

Mary Pattle. 

Susan wife of John Ong. 

Mary Mortlock. 

Hannah Prick, widow. 



[68 



HORRINGER REGlStE^RS.— BURIALS. 





Sept. 


28. 


William son of Ralf & Sarah Adams. 






Feb. 


20. 


Widow Smith. 




1720. 


April 


14. 


Mary daughter of Thomas & Mary Murton. 






May 


9- 


Elisabeth wife of Mr. John Kittle. 






June 


18. 


Widow Prick. 






Nov. 


23- 


Mrs. Margaret Blagge. 






Nov. 


7- 


George Freind. 






Jan. 


6. 


William Cooper. 






March 


3- 


John Sparrow. 




I72I. 


April 


3. 


Thomas Rowly. 






May 


25- 


Hannah Ewen. 






July 


12. 


Mary wife of John Ong. 






Sept. 


24. 


Widow Cooper. 






Oct. 


15- 


Mary Cosens. 






Jan. 


23- 


Mary daughter of John & Elisabeth Spicer. 






March 


9- 


Mr. William Harrington. 




1722. 


June 


3- 


Susan Ship. 






July 


22. 


George Ship. 






Aug. 


3- 


Hannah wife of John Smith. 






Sept. 


13- 


Frances daughter of Thomas & Mary Murton. 






Dec. 


22. 


Widow Nelson. 




1723. 


Aug. 


4- 


Hugh son of Hugh & Mary Spencer. 






Aug. 


28. 


Margat Ewen. 






Sept. 


12. 


Edmund Hempson. 






Nov. 


17- 


Thomas Lait, an infant. 




1724. 


July 


18. 


Ann Jaggard. 

Wife of James Spark. 






Feb. 


21. 


Widow Chinery. 




1725- 


April 


14. 


The Reverend Mr. Thomas Smith, RecSlor of Horringer 
Nowton. 


& 




July 


8. 


James Mortlock. 






Aug. 


3- 


Thomas Crack. 






Sept. 


I. 


William Godfrey of Bury gent. 






March 


18. 


Thomas Jaggard. 




1726. 


July 


5- 


Mary Bowes. 





HORRINGER REGISTERS.-BURlALS. 



169 



Henry Cosins jun. 

Robert Jarvis. 

Ann Beales. 

Thomas How. 

Henry Cosins sen. 

Ann daughter of Richard & Mary How. 

Catharine Crack, widow. 

Robert Fitch. 

Mary Bunting, widow. 

Mary wife of John Oatly. 

Margaret Arnold, widow. 

John Peachey. 

EHzabeth Gardiner of Fornham All Saints, widow. 

Ann Peachey, widow. 

Sarah Goldsmith. 

Thomas Jarvis. 

James Frost sen :. 

Mary wife of Isaac Lumly of Bury. 

Martha wife of William Cooper. 

Sarah Hempsted, widow. 

John & Thomas, twin children of John & Mary Symonds. 

James Spark. 

Mary Mayor. 

Ann Barton, widow. 

Gabriel Hallux. 

Rebecca Wymock. 

Robert Parker. 

Susan Oatly. 

William Ewen. 

Daniel Foreman. 

William Emmet. 

Mr. Thomas Kedington. 

John Crack, infant. Received affidavit Oct. 1 1 ; not received 

within the time limited by the statute, of which I gave 

notice to Mr. Nelson, churchwarden. 



Oct. 


15- 


Nov. 


30- 


Dec. 


21. 


March 


4- 


1727. May 


16. 


June 


25- 


June 


29. 


July 


27. 


Aug. 


20. 


Aug. 


21. 


Aug. 


26. 


Sept. 


17- 


Sept. 


30- 


Oct. 


4- 


Nov. 


18. 


Nov. 


25- 


Dec. 


5- 


Dec. 


25- 


Dec. 


31- 


Jan. 


27. 


Feb. 


14. 


Feb. 


19. 


Feb. 


25- 


Feb. 


28. 


March 


I. 


March 


6. 


1728. April 


10. 


April 


28. 


Aug. 


I. 


Sept. 


3- 


Sept. 


7- 


Sept. 


8. 


Oct. 


I. 



170 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



Ann wife of Abraham Kedington of Whepstead. 

John Noble. 

Abraham son of Abraham & Ann Kedington of Whepstead. 

John Sergeant. 

John Bray. 

Thomas Ling. 

EHzabeth Ling, widow. 

WilHam Newport of Whepsted. 

1729. April 30. Mary daughter of John & Mary Symonds. 
Francis Frost. 

Lydia wife of William Huggins of Mildenhall. 
Ralph Adams. 
Luke Jenkin. 
Hugh Spencer. 
Mary wife of Richard How. 
Herrington Ellis of Lavenham, infant. 
Thomas Goodchild of Great Saxham, infant. 
Edward Parker. 

1730. April 5. Sarah Lait, infant. 
Elizabeth How, infant, and Hannah Kendal, infant. 
Ehzabeth Wells of Barningham, widow. 
Joseph Elmer. 
George Oliver, infant. 
Francis How. 

Ann Wicks of Hartest. 
John How, infant. 
Alice Bensted, widow. 

1731. May 15. Elizabeth Kettle of Thetford. 
Richard Spencely of Dis. 
Timothy Pond, infant. 
George How, infant. 
Thomas son of Thomas & Mary Frost. 
Stephen Cook. 
Thomas Pleasance, infant. 
Michael Howton, infant. 



Oct. 


2. 


Oct. 


4- 


Oct. 


5- 


Dec. 


6. 


Jan. 


20. 


Jan. 


26. 


Jan. 


28. 


Feb. 


14. 


April 


30. 


May 


I. 


July 


3- 


July 


12. 


July 


14. 


Aug. 


26. 


Oct. 


10. 


Nov. 


13- 


Jan. 


I. 


March 


5- 


April 


5- 


April 


21. 


April 


29. 


May 


10. 


Aug. 


23- 


Aug. 


27. 


Oct. 


27. 


March 


12. 


March 


16. 


May 


15- 


May 


29. 


June 


28. 


Aug. 


26. 


Sept. 


2. 


Oct. 


28. 


Dec. 


10. 


Dec. 


14. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 171 

Mrs. Mary Godfry of Bury, widow. 

1732. June 10. John Gardiner. 
Elizabeth Daniel, infant. 
Mary Davers, infant. 

1733. May 18. Robert Brook, infant. 
John Byatt. 
Potter Frost, infant. 
William Lait. 
George Nelson. 
Susan Daniel, infant. 

1734. June 19. Robert Smith of Bury. 
Frances Mortlack. 

1735. May 31. Mary How, infant. 
John Miller of Read. 
Hannah How, infant. 
Frances Frost, infant. 
Casborne Houghton of Bardwell. 
Mary Davers, infant. 
Richard How of Whepsted. 
Mrs. Christian Kedington, widow. 
Robert Potter. 

1736. May 2. Zacharias How of Hardwick, infant. 
John Sergeant. 
Samuel Pond, infant. 
Hannah wife of Stephen Sparrow. 
Elizabeth, relicfl: of the Rev. Mr. Smith, formerly Redlor of 

this Parish. 

1737. April 2. Rachel Parker, widow. 
Sarah Cook, infant. 
Mrs. Witheford of Windsor. 
Elizabeth Gardiner, infant. 
John Brown, infant. 

1738. May 25. John Ong. 
Isabella wife of John Woodruff. 
Martin Holden, infant. 



Dec. 


23- 


June 


10. 


Aug. 


3- 


Oct. 


5- 


May 


18. 


May 


24. 


May 


31. 


Sept. 


20. 


Jan. 


17- 


Feb. 


15- 


June 


19. 


June 


28. 


May 


31- 


July 


II. 


July 


21. 


July 


29. 


July 


30. 


Aug. 


7- 


Oct. 


3- 


Oct. 


12. 


Oct. 


13- 


May 


2. 


Aug. 


28. 


Sept. 


23. 


Feb. 


12. 


March 


4- 


April 


2. 


May 


13- 


Oct. 


17. 


Oct. 


25- 


Dec. 


8. 


May 


25- 


June 


21. 


Aug. 


3' 



17^ 



MORRlNGER RJEGlSTERS.— BURIALS. 



Aug. 


10. 


Oct. 


17- 


Nov. 


20. 


Dec. 


5- 


Feb. 


3- 


1739. April 


10. 


May 


8. 


Aug. 


30. 


Sept. 


15- 


Jan. 


I. 


Jan. 


28. 


1740. May 


19. 


June 


19. 


Aug. 


18. 


Sept. 


4- 


Sept. 


18. 


1741. March 


28. 


April 


22. 


May 


10. 


July 


2. 


July 


11. 


Aug. 


17- 


Aug. 


21. 


Sept. 


20. 


Oct. 


7- 


Oct. 


30- 


Dec. 


I. 


Jan. 


3- 


1742. April 


3- 


May 


19. 


May 


22. 


June 


2. 


July 


29. 


Aug. 


5- 



1743. March 29. 



Francis Shaw. 

Ann Potter, widow. 

Mary Davers, infant. 

Margaret wife of John Hibble. 

Sarah WilHngham, infant. 

Susan wife of Richard Partridge of Fornham All Saints. 

Jane Harvey of Westly, widow. 

Lewis Mortlock. 

Carolina wife of John Brook. 

Samuel Pond, infant. 

Hannah daughter of Joseph & Mary How of Hardwick. 

John Plumb, schoolmaster. 

Elizabeth Miller of Hargrave, widow. 

John Frost. 

Elizabeth Houghton of Snailwell, Camb : 

Elizabeth Bowes, widow. 

Edward Ely, infant. 

Elizabeth wife of John Pentney. 

Jane Cook, infant. 

Mary wife of Edmund WilHngham. 

Susannah Bigworth, widow. 

William Millington. 

Isabella wife of Richard Taylor. 

Ann Pond, infant. 

Alice Sergeant, widow. 

WiUiam Cooper. 

Timothy Pond, infant. 

Mary wife of John Cook. 

Charles, reputed child of Catharine Mortlock. 

Francis Foreman. 

Thomas Marshal. 

EHzabeth Cosins. 

Elizabeth Cobham, infant. 

Stephen Leader, infant. 

Isabella Davers, infant. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



173 





May 


19. 




July 


23- 




Aug. 


12. 




Jan. 


6. 




Jan. 


16. 




March 


9- 


1744. 


Aug. 


16. 




Nov. 


9- 




Dec. 


27. 




Jan. 


25- 


1745- 


April 


29. 




May 


13- 




May 


27. 




May 


20. 




July 


12. 




Sept. 


8. 




Oct. 


6. 




Oct. 


8. 




Dec. 


1. 




Jan. 


13- 




Feb. 


22. 




March 


3- 


1746. 


April 


4- 




April 


10. 




May 


IS- 




Aug. 


IS- 




Jan. 


II. 




Feb. 


13- 




Feb. 


17- 


1747- 


June 


9- 




Sept. 


20. 




Dec. 


16. 




Jan. 


17- 




Feb. 


5- 




Feb, 


12. 



Robert Smith. 

Richard Taylor. 

William Halls. 

Elizabeth Bass. 

Frances Merton. 

Susan James, infant. 

Thomas Elsden, infant. 

Martha Pond, infant. 

Mary Smith, infant. 

The widow Last. 

Joseph How. 

Matthew Avis. 

John Ewing. 

Elizabeth Cater, infant. 

Alice Seeker, infant. 

Diana Seeker, infant. 

Hanna wife of Richard Clarke. 

Abraham Kedington of Whepsted. 

Grace Cadney. 

Thomas Murton. 

Mary Harrington. 

John Broke. 

Ann Mortlock. 

Rowland Tayler. 

Sarah Foreman. 

Hannah Wiseman. 

Grace Halls, widow. 

Thomas Gardener, senior. 

Joseph Betts of St. Mary's Parish, Bury. 

Matthew James of the Parish of Hesset. 

Mary Marchall of this Parish. 

John Smith, widower. 

Richard Clark of Bardwell. 

Mrs. Howton of Mildenhall. 

Elizabeth Howe, widow, aged 102, 



174 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



March 6. 

1748. April 5. 

April 9. 

May 7. 

June 5. 

June 16. 

June 23. 

Sept. 14. 

Oct. I. 

Oct. 13. 

Nov. 13. 

Dec. 22. 

Feb. 20. 

1749. May 16. 
Oct. 8. 
Nov. 10. 
Jan. 6. 
Feb. 10. 
March 4. 
March 23. 

1750. March 29. 
Aug. 10. 
Sept. 28. 
Oct. 15. 
Oct. 31. 
Nov. 20. 
Jan. 13. 
Jan. 15. 
Feb. 13. 

1751. April 15 
May 13. 
May 22. 
June 18, 
Nov. 7 
Dec. 4 



Elizabeth Firmin. 

Ehzabeth Hempsted. 

Francis Cooper, an infant. 

William Hempsted. 

Grace daughter of John & Grace Avis. 

Sarah daughter of WiUiam & Ann Frost. 

Diana Lilly, widow, aged 92. 

Mary daughter of William & Ann Frost. 

Mary Otley. 

John Miller, an infant. 

John Pentney. 

Isaac son of Robert & Mary Jacob. 

Edmund Willingham. 

Frances Bigworth. 

Joseph son of William & Ann Gallant. 

Ehzabeth daughter of John & Elizabeth Swan. 

Elizabeth Elsden. 

Thomas son of Thomas & Elizabeth Elsden. 

Ann Frost. 

Francis Gardiner of Hingrave. 

Steven Barker. 

John Otley. 

Valentine Munby Esq. 

Ann Spicer. 

Abigal wife of William Pache. 

Mary Turner, infant. 

Ann Howe. 

Elizabeth Swan, infant. 

Ehzabeth wife of John Swan. 

Richard Elsden. 

Sarah Mortlock. 

Mary Avis, infant. 

Mary Grove. 

Elizabeth Elsden. 

AUce Spencer. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



175 



1752. Feb. 


24. 


March 


15- 


March 


8. 


May 


14. 


May 


29. 


June 


19. 


Aug. 


8. 


Sept. 


23- 


1753- Jan. 


23- 


Feb. 


II. 


Feb. 


15- 


Feb. 


18. 


May 


4- 


May 


17- 


June 


II. 


Sept. 


21. 


Nov. 


19. 


Nov. 


22. 


1754. Jan. 


6. 


Feb. 


10. 


July 


6. 


Aug. 


30- 


Sept. 


17- 


Oct. 


9- 


Oct. 


17- 


Nov. 


17- 


Dec. 


22. 


1755. Feb. 


9- 


Feb. 


22. 


Feb. 


23- 


March 


9- 


April 


27. 


May 


16. 


May 


28. 


June 


14. 



James Norman. 

Hannah Greenwood. 

Elizabeth Wardin. 

Thomas Harvey. 

John Leader, infant. 

Edmund Winney, infant. 

Hannah Greenwood. 

John Cater, infant. 

Lea Jarvis. 

Edmund Frost. 

James Marchil, infant. 

Mary Cater, infant. 

Mary Brown junior. 

James Wyard. 

Jane Cole. 

Elizabeth Cornwell. 

Elizabeth wife of Joshua Bunting. 

Margaret Hemsted, infant. 

William Attlesy. 

Thomas ?Iowe. 

Elizabeth Bray, widow. 

Rachel Willingham. 

John James. 

Martha Abbot, infant. 

Mary Cousins. 

Martha James. 

Elizabeth Frost, widow. 

James Marchil, infant. 

Elizabeth Swan. 

Edmund Prick. 

William Miller, infant. 

Humfrey Varoh, infant. 

Margaret Hempstead, infant. 

Ann Bunting. 

Mabel wife of Mr. Boyce. 



176 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 





June 


26. 


Frederick Varoh, infant. 




Aug. 


21. 


Charles Varoh, infant. 


1756. 


June 


20. 


Richard son of Richard & Martha Elsden of Tostick. 




July 


31- 


Jane daughter of Richard & Martha Elsden of Tostick. 




Aug. 


6. 


Susan wife of William Holden. 




June 


30. 


Giles Frost. 




Nov. 


13- 


William Smith, infant. 




Nov. 


27. 


Stephen Leader. 




Dec. 


19. 


Ann Smith. 


1757- 


Jan. 


4- 


Alice Shaw. 




Feb. 


19. 


William Lilly. 




March 


20. 


Mary infant daughter of Thomas & Mary Holden. 




March 


25. 


Elizabeth Hempstead. 




April 


25. 


Elizabeth Fermon, and Mary Payn. 




June 


3- 


William Pache. 




June 


6. 


Josuah Bunting. 




Sept. 


27. 


Samuel Pond. 




Nov. 


8. 


Mary Pond. 




Nov. 


27. 


Jonathan Ferman. 




Dec. 


2. 


Mary ElHs. 


1758. 


May 


12. 


Mary Sparrow. 




July 


II. 


Mary Willingham. 




Sept. 


5- 


Elizabeth Prick. 




Oct. 


13- 


William Decks. 




Nov. 


6. 


William Hervy. 


1759- 


Jan. 


22. 


Mary Spencly of Bury St. Edmunds, widow. 




Jan. 


24. 


Richard Elsden. 




March 


2. 


Ann wife of William Miller. 




March 


6. 


Ann Miller, infant. 




May 


2. 


John Edwards of the Parish of Westly. 




May 


18. 


Elizabeth Cole of Bury St. Edmunds. 




June 


28. 


William Lyas. 




July 


26. 


Henery Page. 




Sept. 


5- 


Mary wife of John Sparrow, 




Sept. 


j8. 


Margaret Leader. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



177 



Sarah Gardiner, widow. 

Charles Varo. 

Susan Lilly, widow. 

Sarah Lidiman, widow. 

John Hempsted, infant. 

Sarah Ablet, infant. 

John Heble, infant. 

William son of William & Ann Frost. 

James Cater, singel man. 

Elizabeth Cook, widow. 

Mary Gee, singel woman. 

Rebecca Gardener, widow. 

Elizabeth wife of Joseph Hammond the elder. 

Anne Pond, single woman. 

Sarah Pond, widow. 

Ehzabeth wife of William Hempsted. 

Deborah daughter of William & Elizabeth Hempsted. 

Thomas son of John & Mary Brown. 

Elizabeth daughter of William & Elizabeth Hempsted. 

Benjamin son of Edward & Mary Rofe. 

Judith Keddington, single person. 

Robert Cook, infant. 

Sarah Sadler, a child. 

Elizabeth daughter of Robert & Mary Jacob, 

Joseph Cater, husbandman. 

Rebecca daughter of John & Susan Rushbrook. 

Joseph Hammond the elder. 

Isaac, child of Elizabeth Jacob. 

Mary, wife of Thomas Frost. 

Mary Mortlock, widow, and Elizabeth, wife of Richard 

Boyce. 
Mary Cater, child. 
Susan Miller, infant. 
Ann wife of John Miller. 
Ann Ewin, widow, 



1760. 


Jan. 


26. 




Feb. 


14. 




March 


26. 




April 


I. 




April 


6. 




May 


25- 




July 


25- 




Oct. 


28. 




Dec. 


14. 




Dec. 


24. 




Dec. 


27. 


I76I. 


Jan. 


29, 




March 


10, 




June 


BO- 




July 


S' 




July 


19. 




Aug. 


30. 




Oct. 


2. 




Oct. 


13' 




Nov. 


6. 




Nov. 


14. 




Nov. 


30. 




Dec. 


20, 


1762. 


Feb. 


6, 




March 


17 




July 


10. 




Aug. 


16. 




Sept. 


18. 




Oct. 


24. 




Nov. 


5' 


1763. 


Feb. 


26. 




April 


9- 




May 


17- 




June 


24, 



M 



178 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



1764. 



Mary Cooper, infant. 
William James. 

Francis son of Mary Cater, widow. 
A man found dead in the road, name unknown. 
Richard Elsden. 
Thomas Allen. 
John Sparks. 
Alice Willingham. 
Susan Allen. 

Henry son of the widow Cater. 
John Firmin, single man of Brockly. 
Margarett wife of William Gault of Bury. 
Thomas Mortlock. 
Elizabeth Turner. 
William Bunting, infant. 
Elizabeth Cook, widow. 
Mary daughter of Francis & Mary Smith. 
Elizabeth Layt, widow. 
Ann Smith, widow. 
John Wiseman. 
Ann wife of William Frost. 
Mary wife of Robert Potter. 

Mary Margaret Elizabeth daughter of William Hempstead. 
John son of Thomas & Martha Beddell. 
Elizabeth Plesance. 

Richard Boyce, and Gardiner son of James & Rebecca How. 
William Everard, widower. 
Robert James from Bury. 
Charlotte Bray, infant. 
Edmund son of James & Martha Spolden. 
Thomas Bird. 
Elizabeth Spicer. 
Mary wife of John Browne. 
Samuel son of James & Mary Marshall. 
Thomas Cornhill, 



1765- 



1766. 



July 


20. 


Oct. 


15- 


Dec. 


29. 


Jan. 


2. 


Feb. 


20. 


March 


23- 


April 


10. 


March 


28. 


April 


24. 


July 


16. 


Sept. 


7- 


Oct. 


17- 


Oct. 


20. 


Nov. 


2. 


Nov. 


15- 


Dec. 


28. 


March 


27. 


May 


9- 


May 


20. 


Dec. 


12. 


Jan. 


7- 


Feb. 


5- 


March 


4- 


April 


17- 


June 


8. 


June 


II. 


June 


26. 


July 


3- 


July 


20. 


July 


30. 


Oct. 


22. 


Nov. 


4- 


Nov. 


13- 


Nov. 


17- 


Nov. 


21. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



179 



Susan Cousins, widow. 

John Dearson Miller. 

Ely, a servant of J. Cater's of Chevington, found dead in the 

snow. 
Robert Potter. 

Mary daughter of John & Mary Frost. 
Margaret Spark. 
Robert Carly. 

Ann daughter of Robert & Sarah Frost. 
,) 2. Ann Lyas, widow. 
Susan Rosbrook. 
James Sparke, infant. 
Elizabeth wife of Thomas Elsden. 
Thomas Willingham, single man. 
John Lait, and Mary Cater, widow. 
Elizabeth Hempsted, widow. 
Joseph infant son of John Frost. 
Mary wife of Thomas Cadge. 
Ann wife of Thomas Orridge. 
James infant son of James Spolden, 
John Durrant. 
Elizabeth Lyng. 
Mary wife of John Durrant. 
Ann wife of John Bray the elder. 
Charles Rosbrook. 

John infant son of Charles Rosbrook. 
Edmund Payne. 
John Cole. 

Elizabeth daughter of John Bray. 
Edward son of William Hempsted. 
Elizabeth daughter of Thomas Elsden. 
Martha wife of William Adams. 
Hannah daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Frost, 
Alice wife of Benjamin Boolbrook, 
Mary Nicholls, 





Dec. 


28. 


1767. 


Jan. 


23- 




Jan. 


IS- 




March 


IS- 




March 


2S- 




June 


I. 




June 


8. 




July (or Auj 




Oct. 


7- 




Nov. 


12. 


1768. 


Jan. 


10. 




Jan. 


3- 




Jan. 


4- 




Jan. 


S- 




Feb. 


13- 




Feb. 


14. 




March 


I. 




April 


2. 




April 


8. 




April 


16. 




May 


I. 




May 


20. 




May 


27. 




June 


5- 




June 


10. 




June 


30- 




July 


I. 




Aug. 


28. 


1769. 


June 


20. 




Sept. 


20. 



i8o 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



Mary wife of Henry Boolbrook, 

Richard, reputed child of Sarah Death. 

Rose daughter of James & Rebecca How. 

Sarah daughter of James & Mary Marshall. 

William son of Isaac & Mary Brookes. 

Jane Elsden, widow. 

Mary infant daughter of John & Mary Frost. 

Ambrose son of James & Sarah Haslewood. 

William Elsden. 

Mary daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Frost. 

Thomas Frost infant son of John & Mary Frost. 

John & Thomas, twin sons of James & Sarah Crack. 

Thomas Gardiner the younger. 

Michael Houghton. 

Robert Jacob. 

John son of Thomas & Elizabeth Frost. 

Priscilla daughter of Priscilla Cornhill. 

Priscilla Cornhill, widow. 

Mary wife of John Whymark. 

Robert son of Robert & Elizabeth Mayhew. 

Mary Harvey, widow. 

Thomas Crack, single man. 

Mary Otley, widow. 

John Spicer, widower. 

William infant son of Robert & Mary Norman. 

Joseph son of James & Sarah Haslewood. 

William infant son of George & Sarah Challice. 

Susan daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Frost. 

Ann infant daughter of John & Mary Cooper. 

Ann daughter of Thomas & Ann Orridge. 

Edward Rolfe. 

Francis & William sons of Edward & Elizabeth Drew. 

John King. 

Elizabeth wife of Joseph Gooday. 

Joseph PoUey. 



Nov. 


16. 


& 




1770. Feb. 


I. 


March 


9- 


March 


10. 


March 


24. 


March 


25- 


April 


30- 


July 


28. 


Aug. 


22. 


Oct. 


10. 


Nov. 


22. 


1771. Jan. 


3- 


Jan. 


27. 


April 


21. 


April 


25- 


April 


27. 


April 


25- 


May 


9- 


Sept. 


II. 


Sept. 


24. 


Dec. 


30. 


1772. Jan. 


21. 


Feb. 


18. 


March 


31- 


April 


7- 


April 


9- 


April 


26. 


May 


15- 


June 


2. 


Dec. 


16. 


1773. April 


25- 


May 


27. 


Aug. 


22. 


Oct. 


17- 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BUklALS. 



I8i 



Rose Ann daughter of James & Rebecca How. 

Thomas Gardiner the elder. 

John Barton of the Parish of Chevington. 

Edward son of Edward & Elizabeth Drew. 

Sarah wife of George Challice. 

Stephen Barton. 

Martha wife of William Hempsted ; and Mary Cocksedge. 

Ehzabeth [blank]. 

Andrew Fartier. 

Ann, child of Tamitha Wright & of William Hempsted the 

younger. 
Mary wife of Thomas Orridge. 
James Polly of Bradfield St. Clare. 
Elizabeth daughter of Robert & Elizabeth Hitchcock. 
Grace daughter of Robert & Elizabeth Hitchcock. 
Jonathan Brook. 
Susan Edhouse. 
John Sparrow. 

Edward son of Rev. George & Elizabeth Rogers. 
Hannah Houghton, widow. 
Hannah wife of Thomas Frost the younger. 
Mary Jacob, widow. 
John Swan of the Parish of Hessett. 
Robert son of Robert & Mary Norman. 
Robert Greenwood. 

Sarah daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Frost. 
Susan Mortlock. 

Thomas son of John and Mary Frost, 
Mary wife of Ambrose Sale. 
Sarah wife of William Bray. 
Thomas son of Rev. George & Elizabeth Rogers. 
Mary Bull infant. 

Thomas son of William & Sarah Bray. 
James son of Thomas & Mary Sparkes. 
Joseph Gooday, widower. 



Dec. 


17- 


Dec. 


24. 


1774. Jan. 


6. 


Jan. 


16. 


Feb. 


3- 


Feb. 


6. 


Feb. 


10. 


May 


22. 


May 


28. 


Sept. 


12. 


Oct. 


20. 


Nov. 


4- 


Nov. 


13- 


1775. Feb. 


10. 


April 


20. 


May 


15- 


Aug. 


II. 


Aug. 


30. 


Oct. 


8. 


Oct. 


24. 


Oct. 


25- 


Nov. 


20. 


1776. Jan. 


I. 


Jan. 


2. 


Jan. 


4- 


Jan. 


28. 


March 


3- 


& 




March 


7- 


March 


18. 


May 


12. 


May 


19. 


June 


16. 


June 


19. 



l82 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



1778. 



Jane daughter of John & Elizabeth Browne. 

Henry son of William & Sarah Adams. 

Thomas Willingham the elder. 
1777. Jan. 6. Samuel son of William & Elizabeth Hempsted. 

James Spolding. 

Richard infant son of Thomas & Mary Sparke. 

Margaret wife of Joseph Hammond. 

Thomas son of Thomas & Ann Orridge. 

Jeremiah Ashman, infant. 

Mary daughter of Edmund & Mary Willingham. 

Frances child of Frances Frost. 

Susan wife of William Parsons. 

Ambrose Emerson, widower. 

John son of William Lilly. 

William Lilly. 
1779. Jan. 4. Lewis son of Christopher & Elizabeth Rosbrook. 

Rose Gardiner, widow. 

Elizabeth infant daughter of James & Sarah Hazlewood. 

Mary Spencer, widow. 

Elizabeth Cole. 

Mary daughter of Samuel & Elizabeth Avis. 

Mary child of Mary Norman. 

Susan Bray, infant. 

Sarah Brewster, infant. 

of William & Mary Policy. 



Oct. 


20. 


Nov. 


20. 


Nov. 


23- 


Jan. 


6. 


Jan. 


IS- 


May 


IS- 


June 


II. 


July 


10. 


Sept. 


14. 


Oct. 


19. 


Jan. 


18. 


Jan. 


29. 


Feb. 


I. 


Sept. 


4- 


Nov. 


23- 


Jan. 


4- 


Feb. 


21. 


March 


I. 


April 


3- 


April 


II. 


April 


30- 


May 


7- 


May 


II. 


May 


12. 


June 


20. 


J^iy 


2. 


July 


8. 


Sept. 


28. 


Jan. 


23- 


March 


I. 


March 


3- 


March 


31- 


June 


30- 


July 


8. 


Aug. 


7- 



Mary daughter of William & Sarah Frost. 
Edmund Payne. 

James son of John & Dillaravier Rolfe. 
Ann Wiseman, widow- 
Martha wife of William Ashley of Rockly in Norfolk. 
William Adams. 

William Miller child of Susan Bunting. 
John son of Robert & Elizabeth Hitchcock. 
Elizabeth Hitchcock. 
James Frost. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



183 





Aug. 


II. 




Aug. 


13- 




Aug. 


19. 




Sept. 


5- 




Sept. 


14. 




Nov. 


I. 


1781. 


Jan. 


29. 




March 


15- 




July 


13- 




July 


22. 




Aug. 


5- 




Sept. 


10. 




Oct. 


20. 




Oct. 


25- 


1782. 


Jan. 


16. 




Feb. 


13- 




March 


19. 




March 


21. 




March 


31- 




April 


29. 




Oct. 


26. 




Nov. 


15- 




Nov. 


3- 


1783- 


Jan. 


18. 




Feb. 


6. 




June 


7- 




June 


;8. 




Aug. 


8. 




Aug. 


18. 




Aug. 


26. 




Sept. 


20. 




Oct. 


30- 




Dec. 


.14. 


1784. 


Jan. 


25- 




Feb. 


35- 



William Swithin son of John & Ann Bubble. 

Maria Woodward, belonging to Bury. 

Robert Brooke. 

Elizabeth wife of William Billeman. 

Susan wife of Christopher Rosbrook senior. 

John son of John Holden. 

Robert son of James & Ann Copsey. 

William son of Robert Frost. 

Robert Hitchcock. 

Charles Brown. 

Christopher son of John Underwood. 

Elizabeth daughter of William Ambrose. 

A man, a stranger, supposed to have been a soldier. 

Robert Spalding. 

Robert son of Rev. George & Elizabeth Rogers. 

Sarah wife of Edmund Willingham the elder. 

Mary King, widow. 

Ann Cooper of the Parish of Hessett. 

Thomas son of William Frost. 

Castell Goodchild. 

William son of William & Mary Pettit. 

Mary wife of James Marshall. 

Sarah daughter of John Browne. 

John son of William & Mary Pettit. 

Martha wife of Richard Elsden. 

W^illiam son of John Everall. 

WiUiam son of William & Ann Lyng. 

W^illiam Bray. 

James son of Charles & Mary Cawston. 

Florida Stutton, widow. 

Ann wife of Thomas Orange. 

Edward son of Thomas & Ann Orange. 

William son of Thomas & Ann Byford, 

William Frost. 

John Smith. 



184 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



1785- 



1786. 



March 

March 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

June 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

March 

April 

April 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

March 

June 

June 

June 

Aug. 8. 

Aug. 10. 

Sept 26, 



19. 

27. 
3- 
4- 
5- 

10. 

12. 
14. 

20. 
3- 

31- 



23- 

3- 

24. 

16. 

25- 

29. 

8. 

20. 

2. 

3- 

24. 

2. 

10. 

8. 

15- 
II. 

II. 

13- 

28. 



Mary Frost, widow. 

Elizabeth daughter of George & Elizabeth Holden. 

Henry Boolbrooke. 

Margaret wife of Thomas Cadge. 

Rebecca daughter of John & Sarah Avis. 

George Scarfe son of John & Susan Westrop. 

Susan daughter of Thomas & Mary Holden. 

Ann daughter of Richard & Ann Adams. 

William Billeman, widower. 

Richard Smith. 

Susan Goodchild, widow. 

Clementina Scarfe daughter of Daniel & Mary Lilia Wood 

of Flempton. 
Mary wife of John Holden. 
Sarah Merton, widow. 
John Bray. 
John Cooper. 
Mary Cooper. 
Richard Green. 
James Spalding. 
Mary Rolfe, widow. 
Esther Boreham, widow. 
William Alvis, infant. 
George Holden, infant. 
Frances Byford, infant. 
Thomas Elsden. Robert Wilden, infant. 
Stephen Leeder, aged 83 years. 
George Smith. 
Ann Cater, infant. 

Ann daughter of William & Mary Polly. 
Rebecca Howe, infant. 
Thomas Frost aged 84. 

Jeremiah Rosbrook, a Pauper of the Parish of Rougham. 
William Alvis, infant. 
David Hill. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



185 



1787. 



1788. 



1789. 



1790. 



1791. 



Jan. 


12. 


Feb. 


20. 


April 


II. 


May 


18. 


June 


3- 


July 


I. 


Aug. 


5- 


Oct. 


10. 


July 


10. 


Aug. 


28. 


Oct. 


7- 


Jan. 


18. 


Feb. 


22. 


Feb. 


25- 


March 


I. 


March 


4- 


May 


29. 


July 


21. 


Aug. 


18. 


Sept. 


I. 


Dec. 


20. 


Jan. 


31- 


Feb. 


7- 


Feb. 


4- 


Feb. 


21. 


March 


10. 


March 


21. 


July 


5- 


July 


10. 


Oct. 


22. 


Nov. 


18. 


Jan. 


25- 


Feb. 


10. 



March 24. 
April II. 



Sarah Spalding, widow. 

Elizabeth wife of George Holden. 

George Alvis, infant. 

John Bunting. 

Mary Rolfe, widow, aged 83. 

Samuel Smith. 

Elizabeth Billerman, spinster. 

Mary Daines, infant. 

Sarah wife of John Brown. 

John Goldson, infant. 

Sarah wife, and Sarah daughter, of John Marshall. 

Mary Leeder, widow. 

Hannah Brewster, infant. 

John Rowland, infant. 

Delariviere Willingham. 

Edmund Ward, infant. 

Sarah daughter of Mary Nunn, infant. 

Mary Mason, infant. 

Elizabeth wife of Ambrose Seal. William Death, infant. 

Elizabeth daughter of Thomas Mason. 

Frances Spalding, infant. 

John Holden. 

Edward Willingham, infant. 

Sarah wife of Robin Frost. 

Mary wife of Edmund Willingham. 

John & Mary Goldson, twins, infants 

William Cater, aged 79. 

Ann Lofts. 

Alice Drew, infant. 

Rose wife of George Last. 

Thomas Swann. 

Richard Butcher. 

Elizabeth Swann. 

Susan wife of John Tweed. 

Mary wife of John Marshall. 



1 86 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



Simon infant son of Thomas Last. 

Ann Oakley, spinster. 

John Jaggard. 

WilUam Holden, widower, aged 78. 

Mary wife of Charles Cawston, late Mary Bowers, spinster. 

William Bannock, infant. 

John Sparke. 

John Billerman. 

Ann Alvis, infant. 

Theophila wife of John Harvey of Risby. 

Mary wife of Thomas Murton. 

Thomas Willingham. 

John Richardson, infant. 

Sarah Cater, spinster. 

Susan wife of John Warren. 

Thomas Orridge. 

Mary Goodchild, infant. 

Thomas Beddle. 

John Ward, infant. 

Catharine wife of George Knock. 

William Seal, infant. 

Elizabeth Cater, widow. 

Mary Cooper, widow. 

Hannah wife of Thomas Elsden. 

Mary Marshall, infant. 

William Cole. 

Thomas Elsden, 

Elizabeth wife of Bigsby of Felsham. 

John Browne. 





April 


12. 




April 


29. 




May 


9- 




May 


18. 




June 


13- 




July 


17- 




Sept. 


II. 




Sept. 


27. 




Oct. 


2. 




Oct. 


12. 




Nov. 


14. 




Dec. 


29. 


1792. 


April 


30. 




June 


29. 




Oct. 


28. 




Nov. 


4- 


1793- 


Jan. 


18. 




Feb. 


^5- 




March 


15. 




June 


26. 




July 


10. 




Dec. 


28. 


1794. 


March 


20. 




July 


I. 




July 


20. 




Dec. 


I. 


1795- 


Jan. 

& 


22. 




March 


15- 




May 


22. 




May 


23- 




May 


24. 




June 


4- 




June 


26. 




July 


4- 



Elizabeth Ellis, infant. 
Thomas Merton. 
Mary Varer. 
Jemima Butcher, infant. 
George Alvis. 
Mary Turner. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



187 



Sophia Ward, infant. 

Sarah Bull. 

Sarah wife of William Frost. 

Mary Jaggard, widow. 

Sarah wife of Ambrose Seale. 

Sarah Spalden. 

Sarah Bird. 

John Cooper. 

Mary Goodchild, infant. 

Joseph Hammond, late of St. Mary's parish, St. Edmunds 

bury. 
James Byford, infant. 
Elizabeth wife of Thomas Sharpe. 
Susan wife of Benjamin Bullbrook. 
John Tricker, infant. 
Thomas Orridge. 
Stephen Brooks. 
Thomas Cater. 
John Bray. 
John Gardner, infant. 
John Beales. 

William Nunn Spalding, infant. 
Mary wife of John ElUss. 

EHzabeth Elliss, infant. Samuel Last, infant. 
Abraham Cobbin. 
William Nunn. 
William Twitchett. 
John Crack. 
George Root, infant. 
Mary wife of James Crack. 
John Double. 
James Tweed. 

Elizabeth wife of Richard Smith. 
William Tricker, infant. 
Ann Cole, widow. 





July 


22. 




Aug. 


25. 


1796. 


March 


6. 




March 


10. 




March 


16. 




April 


26. 




May 


19. 




Sept. 


II. 




Sept. 


15- 


1797. 


Feb. 


9- 




July 


29. 


1798. 


April 


15- 




April 


22. 




May 


25- 




July 


18. 




Aug. 


9- 




Aug. 


27. 




Nov. 


5- 




Nov. 


8. 


1799. 


Jan. 


21. 




Feb. 


10. 




April 


19. 




April 


28. 




June 


16. 




June 


30- 




July 


20. 




July 


25- 




Oct. 


6. 




Dec. 


4- 


1800. 


Jan. 


4- 




June 


21. 




July 


6. 




Aug. 


I. 




Aug. 


II. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 





Sept. 


30- 




Dec. 


4- 


I80I. 


Jan. 


9- 




May 


3- 




Aug. 


13- 




Sept. 


I. 




Dec. 


5- 


1802. 


Feb. 


16. 




April 


2. 




April 


6. 




May 


16. 




May 


17- 




June 


I. 




July 


17- 




Aug. 


29. 




Sept. 


5- 




Sept. 


20. 




Sept. 


28. 




Oct. 


21. 




Oct. 


27. 




Nov. 


17- 




Dec. 


I. 


1803. 


May 


21. 




Aug. 


I. 




Oct. 


9- 


1804. 


March 


II. 




April 


12. 




June 


13- 




June 


27. 




Sept. 


25- 




Oct. 


12. 




Oct. 


21. 




Nov. 


6. 




Dec. 


10. 


1805. 


Jan. 


4" 



Louisa Lilly, infant. 
Mary wife of Robert Norman. 
William Pearsons. 
Sarah Crack. 

Robert Norman, widower. 
William Osborne, infant. 
Mary Norris, widow. 
Benjamin Bullbrook, widower. 
William Gardiner, infant. 
John Adams. 

Thomas Sharpe, widower. 
Thomas Cater. 
James Copsey. 
William Hempsted. 
James Browne, infant. 
Mary Frost, widow, from Cotton. 
Edmund Willingham. 
Samuel Miseman, infant. 
William Bull. 

Hannah wife of Samuel Miseman. 
George Cook, infant. 
Thomas Richardson, infant. 
Bridget Callow, widow. 

Harriet Tricker, infant. John Steed, infant. 
Thomas Ridnell, 

Christian Catharine, wife of John Beales. 
Mary infant daughter of George Lanham. 
John Tweed. 
James Pratt. 
James Hazelwood. 
Susannah Gooch, infant. 
Hannah Wiseman. 
Sarah wife of Stephen Crick. 
Thomas Death. 
Susan Last. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



189 



John Lilly, infant. 
John Gardiner. 
Sarah Gardiner, infant. 
Elizabeth wife of Henry Cater. 
Mary wife of John Warren. 
Hannah Bullas, infant. 

Edward Bristow Blundell of Laytonstone, Co. Essex. 
Alice wife of Rev. Thomas Kerrich. 
William Goodchild, infant. 
1806. Tan. I. Elizabeth Frost, widow. 

Hannah wife of John Tricker. 
William Miller. 
Harriett Tricker, infant. 
Mary Hempsted, widow. 
Mary Ann Double, infant. 
Elizabeth Nunn, spinster. 

Sarah wife of John Barrell. 

Thomas Howe. 

William Sparke. 

William Shinkfeild. 

Elizabeth wife of Henry Hart. 

Sarah Merton, spinster. 

Ann Lilly, infant. 

Elizabeth wife of Samuel Alvis. 

Sarah Smith, widow. 

James Ramplin. 

Tamar wife of Joseph Leech. 

Charles Shelver, infant. 

Ann wife of William Tunbridge. 

John Hammond. 

Susan Smith, widow. 

Ambrose Seale. 

Robin Frost. 

James Lanham. 
j8io. June 7. Elizabeth Ridnell, spinster. 



1807. 



1809. 



Jan. 


8. 


Feb. 


7- 


April 


2. 


June 


16. 


July 


25- 


Oct. 


30- 


Nov. 


3- 


Dec. 


4- 


Dec. 


8. 


Jan. 


I. 


Jan. 


3- 


Jan. 


5- 


March 


10. 


March 


20. 


May 


25- 


May 


27. 


May 


30- 


Aug. 


14. 


Dec. 


18. 


Dec. 


30. 


Feb. 


II. 


Feb. 


22. 


Sept. 


22. 


Sept. 


29. 


Oct. 


28. 


Dec. 


22. 


Jan. 


4- 


Feb. 


23. 


March 


28. 


May 


2. 


May 


10. 


May 


15- 


Nov. 


30- 


Dec. 


7- 


June 


7- 



I go 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



i»ii. 



1812. 



1813. 
1814. 



1815. 



1816. 



Nov. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Sept. 
Nov. 
& 
April 
May 
June 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
April 30. 
Nov. 2. 



Nov. 
Jan. 



23. 
27. 

3- 
10. 

6. 

27. 

26. 
18. 

25- 

6. 

14. 

20. 



14. 
9- 



March 20. 

Jan. 18. 

Jan. 18. 

Sept. 8. 

Sept. 22. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

April 

April 18. 

June 4. 

Aug. 29. 



6. 

7- 
13- 
17- 
23- 
16. 
19. 
27. 

8. 

I. 



Thomas Green, infant. 

Ann wife of John Browne. 

Sarah Willingham, widow, 

Martha Beddle, widow. 

Thomas Ling. 

Mary wife of William Orridge of Nowton, 

James Warren, infant. 

Susan Miller, widow. 

Edward Drew. George Sparke. 

Mary Willingham, widow. 

Thomas Richardson. 

Elizabeth Butcher, widow. 

Maria Warren, infant. 

Martha Browne, spinster, 61 years. 

Martha wife of George Cater, 53 years. 

Elizabeth wife of Lewis Rosbrook, 36 years. 

George son of John & Mary Greenwood, 1 1 weeks. 

Mary wife of John Greenwood, 32 years. 

Revd. Thomas Kerrich, 28 years Recftor of this Parish, 73 years. 

Joseph Leech of Bury, 84 years. 

John Nunn, 73 years. 

James Ramplin, infant. 

William SaUsbury, i year. 

Mary Willingham, 2 years. 

Susan wife of Thomas Last, 55 years. 

Thomas Ling, infant. 

James Goodchild, 52 years. 

Ann wife of William King, 36 years. 

Lucina Pryke, infant. 

Sarah Musk, 4 years. 

Thomas Rushbrooke, infant. 

Robert Drew of Bury, 8 years. 

Eliza Gardiner of Bury, 2 years. 

John Gardiner of Bury, 8 months. 

John Frost, 83 years. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



191 



1817. 



iSli 



1819. 



1820. 



Sept. 


12. 


Oct. 


27. 


Nov. 


28. 


Dec. 


I. 


Dec. 


10. 


Dec. 


29. 


March 


17- 


April 


8. 


April 


17- 


April 


20. 


June 


21. 


Aug. 


17- 


Sept. 


22. 


Oct. 


I. 


Nov. 


I. 


Dec. 


16. 


Jan. 


II. 


March 


26. 


April 


5- 


Sept. 


7- 


Sept. 


14. 


Oct. 


10. 


Oct. 


29. 


Jan. 


6. 


Feb. 


23- 


May 


27. 


Aug. 


8. 


Oct. 


7- 


Nov. 


14. 


Nov. 


25- 


Dec. 


19. 


Dec. 


26. 


Jan. 


II. 


Jan. 


24. 


Feb. 


21. 



Thomas Byford of Little Saxham, 68 years. 

EHzabeth Adkin, 86 years. 

Stephen Crick, 76 years. 

Samuel Alvis, 73 years. 

Mary Death, infant. 

Margaret Chapman of Whepstead, 78 years. 

Elizabeth Willingham, 60 years. 

Martha Susanna Scarling, infant. 

Elizabeth Lilly, 42 years. 

Mary Coe, infant. 

Charles Myson, 20 years. 

Ann Richardson of Ickworth, 81 years. 

John Salisbury, 39 years. 

Mary wife of William King, 49 years. 

Frances Ling, infant. 

Elizabeth Baker, 41 years. 

Peter Gedge, 59 years. 

Sarah Norton, 72 years. 

Sarah Crack, 76 years. 

Ann wife of Thomas Adkin, of Bury, 34 years. 

Maria Grimwood, infant. 

William Swithin Adkin, infant. 

William Musk, 12 years. 

William Rosbrooke, infant. 

William Ambrose, 69 years. 

Elizabeth Rosbrooke, 67 years. 

Elizabeth wife of John Adkin, 59 years. 

Charles Coe, 70 years. 

Mary Nunn, widow, 77 years. 

Elizabeth wife of John Brewster, 72 years. 

Mary Frost of Nowton, widow, 83 years. 

Edmund Willingham, infant. 

William Moyse, 32 years. 

Rebecca Smith, 2 years, 

Susan Coe, infant. 



1 92 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 





March 


3- 




March 


6. 




June 


II. 




July 


4- 




July 


16. 




July 


16. 




Aug. 


18. 




Aug. 


19. 




Oct. 


31- 




Nov. 


8. 




Dec. 


8. 


I82I. 


April 


25- 




May 


I. 




Nov. 


9. 




Nov. 


10. 


1822. 


Feb. 


10. 




June 


2. 




June 


2. 




Nov. 


9- 




Nov. 


II. 




Dec. 


31- 


1823. 


Jan. 


2. 




Jan. 


19. 




July 


18. 




Aug. 


18. 




Dec. 


31- 


1824. 


Jan. 


9- 




Jan. 


22. 




Feb. 


6. 




Feb. 


25- 




June 


17- 




June 


20. 




July 


2. 




July 


24. 



Susan wife of James Everett, 56 years. 
Mary wife of John Spalding. 

Jane daughter of John Spedding, of Bury St. Edmund's. 
Nathaniel Adkin, 67 years. 
Sarah Hazlewood, 82 years. 
Mary Rolfe, 73 years. 
Mary wife of Abraham Elsden, 43 years. 
Lucy Pryke, infant. 
Mary Burroughs, widow, 68 years. 
George Last, 80 years. 

Mary Hands of Bury St. Edmund's, 65 years. 
EHzabeth Ambrose, widow, 68 years. 
David Cooke, infant. 
Elizabeth wife of John Simkin, 49 years. 
William Ling, 74 years. 
Sarah Alvis, 74 years. 
Susan Warren, 76 years. 
Thomas son of Thomas Atkin, 16 years. 
John Rolfe, 74 years. 
Rebecca Howe, 82 years. 
Mary Ann Copsey, 17 weeks. 
John Gardiner of Bury St. Edmunds, 52 years. 
John Brown, 81 years. 
Anne Copsey, 66 years. 
Lucy Moyse, 29 years. 
Elizabeth Musk, 2^ months. 
John Warren, 70 years. 
Elizabeth Farrants, 3 weeks. 
Mary Ann Wigson, of Horsecroft, 5 years. 
William Ambrose, 47 years. 
Elizabeth Copsey, 16 weeks. 

Henry Cameron Cherry of Horringer Parsonage, 10 months. 
Ann Lilly, 79 years. 
Ann Death, 82 years. 
Rachael Rowe, 49 years, 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



193 



Michael Sturgeon, 63 years. 

Sarah Rudland, 70 years. 

Elizabeth Scrivener commonly called Ling, 53 years. 

Thomas Wigson of Horsecroft, i day. 

James Bull, 72 years. 

Anne Gedge, 27 years. 

Henry Cater of Fornham, 79 years. 

Daniel Ellis, 4 months. 

George Double, 50 years. 

Maria Gostwick, 42 years. 

John Hazelwood, 60 years. 

Thomas Kerrich of Bury, 56 years. 

Elizabeth Ellis, 68 years. 

Christopher Rusbrook, 84 years. 

Thomas Cater, 77 years. 

James Scarlin, 87 years. 

Elizabeth Catchpole, 27 years. 

Harriet Lawrance, 33 years. 

John Gardiner, 16 years. 

Ann Double, 73 years. 

John Spalding, 77 years. 

Sarah Wells of Horsecroft, 2 years. 

George Cater, 67 years. 

Thomas Rooks, 19 weeks. 

Eliza Double of Bury, 2 years. 

Abraham Rooks, 43 years. 

Henry Cooke Wigson of Horsecroft, 2 years & 4 months. 

Daniel Durrant, 11 years. 

Martha Rooks, 32 years. 

Henry Everard of Bury, 18 months. 

Jonas Rowe, 22 years. 

James Durrant, 5 years. 

John Michael Barwick of Bury, 8 months. 

Mary Rutter, 38 years. 

Henry Cater, 25 years, 



Aug. 


24. 


Oct. 


II. 


Oct. 


19. 


Nov. 


2. 


Nov. 


4- 


Dec. 


18. 


1825. Feb. 


10. 


May 


19. 


July 


8. 


July 


14. 


Aug. 


25- 


Oct. 


3- 


Oct. 


7- 


Oct. 


II. 


Oct. 


23- 


Nov. 


24. 


Dec. 


5- 


Dec. 


12. 


Dec. 


15- 


Dec. 


27. 


Dec. 


28. 


1826. Jan. 


6. 


Jan. 


8. 


Jan. 


12. 


Jan. 


16. 


Jan. 


20. 


Jan. 


21. 


Jan. 


29. 


Jan. 


31- 


Feb. 


3- 


Feb. 


26. 


March 


12. 


March 


16. 


May 


12. 


May 


28. 



194 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



1827. 



1828. 



June 

July 

July 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Dec. 



12. 

9- 

23- 

iS. 

20. 

18. 

2. 

17- 

28. 

15- 



Dec. 19. 

Jan. 10. 

Jan. 16. 

March 15. 

March 18. 

April 2. 
May 
May 
May 



3- 
IS- 



1829. 



June 

June 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

March 

May 

July 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Feb. 

March 



13- 

5. 

30- 

31- 

4- 



9- 

22. 
16. 

9- 

24. 
27. 
29. 



Woodward Bidwell, 73 years. 

Amy Dean, 32 years. 

Keziah Pryke, 8 months. 

Robert Palmer, 8 months. 

Mary Meller of Horsecroft, 79 years. 

James Cater of Stansted, 37 years. 

George Sillett, 21 years. 

William Frost of Wickhambrook, 36 years. 

George Sillett, about 50 years. 

Jane Rhodes, daughter of John Rhodes Esq. of Halifax, 

Yorkshire, at Bury St. Edmunds, 17 years. 
Thomas Meadows, 3 weeks. 
William Last, 34 years. 
Grace wife of John Marshall, 63 years. 
Susan Coe, 70 years. 
Abraham Elsden, 65 years. 
Arthur Gostwick, 14 years. 
Rebecca Rosbrooke, 13 months. 
William Pond, 72 years. 
Frances Miseman, 26 years. 

James Goulding of Bury St. Edmunds, 2^ years. 
Hannah Adams, 32 years. 
William Miseman, 2 months. 
John Gostwick, i year. 
Sophia Joiner, 37 years. 
Sarah Mason, 77 years. 
Elizabeth Bull, 77 years. 
Samuel Brewster, 4 years. 
John Brewster, 82 years. 
Charles Ward, 70 years. 
Elizabeth Ridnall, 21 weeks. 
William Smith, 51 years. 
Ehzabeth Rosbroke, 88 years. 
Daniel Clarke of Ickworth, 21 years. 
Frances Rooks, 16 years, 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



195 



I 



Harriet Eade, 33 years. 

Mary widow of Thomas Cater, 80 years. 

Jane infant daughter of WilUam & Harriot Eade. 

Richard Adams, 91 years. 

Mary widow of Daniel Atkin, 66 years. 

Thomas son of Thomas & Mary Ann Gardener of Bury, 15 

weeks. 
James Cook son of Joseph & Ann Miseman, 3 months. 

1830, Feb. 23. Wilham Bullass, 29 years. 
Lewis Rosbrooke, 52 years. 

Susan Ramphn of Bury St. Edmunds, 73 years. 
Lavinia Partridge, 15 years. 
Thomas Mason of Hargrave, 77 years. 
Ann Wade, 50 years. 
Anne Cook, 7 months. 
WiUiam Double, 17 years. 
Elizabeth Wigson, of Horsecroft, 79 years. 
Phoebe King of Bury St. Edmunds, 26 years. 
Sarah Blois, 67 years. 
Robert Ebbens, i year & 8 months. 
Mark Harrison, 5 years. 
John Death, 66 years. 

Frederick Turnor Wigson of Horsecroft, i year & 4 months. 
Rachel Pond, 77 years. 
John Wing, 28 years. 

1831. Jan. 7. James Evered of Great Saxham, 79 years. 
John Goldson, 65 years. 
Susan Willingham, i year. 
John Adkin, 74 years. 
Anne Wade, 12 years. 
James Reynolds, 83 years. 
Elizabeth Coe, 50 years. 
Eliza Rosbrooke, 14 years. 
Sarah Gostwick, 3 years. 
Emma Root, 17 wxeks. 



April 


26. 


May 


25- 


June 


20. 


July 


5- 


Sept. 


17- 


Oct. 


27. 


Nov. 


25- 


Feb. 


23- 


March 


27. 


April 


I. 


April 


12. 


June 


6. 


June 


12. 


Aug. 


4- 


Aug. 


5- 


Aug. 


10. 


Aug. 


25- 


Oct. 


16. 


Oct. 


21. 


Oct. 


22. 


Oct. 


Si- 


Nov. 


ll. 


Dec. 


14. 


Dec. 


17- 


Jan. 


7- 


Feb. 


25- 


March 


14. 


April 


16. 


May 


2. 


Aug. 


23- 


Sept. 


7- 


Sept. 


12. 


Dec. 


8. 


Dec. 


28. 



ig6 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



1832. Jan. 


9^ 


Feb. 


26, 


March 


5 


May 


8. 


June 


3 


June 


7' 


June 


8, 


July 


15' 


Aug. 


19, 


Oct. 


2. 


Oct. 


II, 


Nov. 


4' 


Nov. 


16 


1833. Jan. 


16. 


Feb. 


26. 


April 


23- 


May 


7- 


May 


12. 


May 


^7- 


May 


23- 


June 


9' 


June 


19. 


June 


30. 


July 


31- 


July 


31- 


Aug. 


12. 


Nov. 


4- 



Nov. 17. 

Nov. 19. 
Nov, 26, 



Catharine Maria daughter of Revd. Edward and Mary Anna 

Penelope Gould, 2 months. 
John Marshall, 78 years. 
James Rooks, 21 years. 
Charles Tweed, 5 years. 
Robert Cooper, 75 years. 
Isaac Race, 47 years. 
Joseph Baker, 8 years. 
Anne Frost, 81 years. 
James Meadows, 10 days. 
Thomas Ling, 83 years. 
Thomas Ridnall, 14 years. 

Marianne Golden of Bury St. Edmunds, 3 years. 
George Goldsmith, 74 years. 
Margaret Reynolds, 68 years. 
Elizabeth Pearsons, 59 years. 

Septimus Seaber Wigson of Horsecroft, 15 weeks. 
Thomas Tweed, 9 months. 
Maria Musk, 6 months. 

Alfred Pearson of Bury St. Edmunds, 9 months. 
William Pollard, 23 years. 

Abraham son of Sarah (widow of Isaac) Race, 11 years. 
Ann, widow of William Ling, of Bury St. Edmunds, 82 

years. 
James son of Isaac Race, 12 years. 
Lydia (Parsons) wife of Thomas Pryke of Westminster, 32 

years. 
Williaiu son of George & Sarah (Tricker) Cooper, 2 years. 
William Edwards, wheelwright, 62 years. 
Mary (Musk) wife of Robert Gooch of Bury St. Edmunds, 37 

years. 
Stephen son of Robert & Mary (Musk) Gooch of Bury St. 

Edmunds, 7 weeks. 
Michael Crack, 53 years. 
Charles Rosbrooke, 53 years, 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



197 





Dec. 


15- 




Dec. 


23- 


1834. 


March 


4- 




March 


28. 




March 


29. 




April 


23- 




May 


3I' 



Sept. 





Sept. 


25 




Oct. 


3- 




Oct. 


15- 




Oct. 


^i. 




Nov. 


25- 




Dec. 


24. 


835. 


Jan. 


2. 




Jan. 


21. 




March 


8. 




March 


Q- 



April 3. 

April 12. 

April 29. 

May 30. 

June 14. 

July 20. 

Aug. g. 

Sept. 13. 

Oct, 4. 

Nov. 8. 



Mary (Eagle) widow of James Goodchild, 67 years. 

Anne Bullass, 27 years. 

Deborah (Ling) wife of John Cockerill, 76 years. 

Alice (Pryke) wife of William Pearson, 79 years. 

John son of Abraham Cooper, i year & 8 months. 

James son of Robert & Mary (Musk) Gooch of Bury, 3 years. 

Ehzabeth daughter of Matthew & Jane (Balls) Gostwick, 10 

years. 
George son of Matthew & Marianne (Boggis) Mison, 15 

weeks. 
Sophia (Last) wife of James Ramplin, 45 years. 
Ann (Elwood) wife of John Brown, late widow Ridnall, 76 

years. 
]\Iaria daughter of James & Sophia Ramplin, 12 years. 

Ann wife of Petch, 23 years. 

James Ramplin, 53 years. 

Ann (Rattler) Adams, widow, 84 years. 

James Spalding, 43 years. 

Mary (Last) wife of Simon Sale, 75 years. 

Susan Seapy, 70 years. 

Thomas son of Thomas & Marianne (Everard) Gardiner of 

Bury, 3 months. 
Alice daughter of Revd. Thomas-Kerrich, late Rector of this 

Parish, of Bury, 61 years. 
Sarah Anne dau : of Joseph & x\nne (Cooke) Mison, 6 weeks. 
Sarah Ann dau : of Charles & Elizabeth (Race) Collins, 9 

months. 
George son of George & Elizabeth (Bull) Crack, 17 days. 
George son of William & Mary (Deeks) Ray, 19 weeks. 
Mary Ann Crack, ill : dau : of Mary Ann (Crack) Cockerill, 

9 years. 
Ann (Cooke) wife of Joseph Mison, 37 years. 
Harriet Gooch, spinster, 27 years. 

Robert son of Isaac & Mary Willinghamof Bury, 16 months.. 
Charles son of James Ramplin, 4 years. 



igS 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



Nov. 


12. 


Nov. 


13- 


Nov. 


17- 


Dec. 


6. 


Dec. 


16. 


Dec. 


20. 


1836. Jan. 


16. 


Feb. 


5- 


Feb. 


24. 


March 


29. 


April 


8. 


April 


8. 


April 


27. 


June 


26. 


June 


27. 


July 


14. 


Aug. 


16. 


Sept. 


8. 


Sept. 


23- 


Oct. 


26. 


Nov. 


22. 


1837. Jan. 


II. 


Jan. 


24. 


Jan. 


26. 


■ Feb. 


7- 


Feb. 


9- 


Feb. 


23- 


Feb. 


26. 


March 


9' 


March 


19. 


April 


I 



Robert James son of Robert & Anne (Boyce) Thompson, 18 

months. 
Sophia dau : of James & Lucy (Ramplin) Boreham, i year. 
John Adkin, 91 years. 

Jane dau : of Ezekiel & Charlotte (Naylor) Durrant, 2 years. 
Susan dau: of Matthew & Mary Ann (Boggis) Mison, i week. 
Marianne wife of Matthew Mison, 31 years. 
Catherine (Frost) Death, widow, 71 years. 
George son of Robert & Harriet (Tweed) Fetch, i day. 
Mary dau : of Samuel & Sarah (Pearson) Mison, 23 years. 
Jane dau : of Joseph & Ann (Cooke) Mison, 4 years. 
Joseph son of Samuel & Sarah (Pearson) Mison, 32 years. 
John son of J. & Eleanor Sergeant, 14 months. 
John son of Samuel & Sarah (Pearson) Mison, 34 years. 
Emma dau : of Joseph & Mary (Sillett) Mayhew, 15 months. 
Eliza Edwards, g years. 
Mary Ann dau : of William & Mary (Grimwood) Edwards, 

17 years. 
Charles Tillett, 48 years. 
Ezekiel Durrant, 26 years. 
John son of late John & Louisa (Sturgeon) Barwick of Bury, 

9 years. 
Jane (Crack) wife of Henry Rosbrooke, 26 years. 
Thomas Sharpe, 71 years. 

Ann (Goodchild) wife of Philip Meadows, 38 years. 
Peggy (Drake) wife of Robert Ridnall, 36 years. 
Jane (Balls) wife of Matthew Gostwick of Westley, 45 years. 
David Varer, 44 years. 
Ezekiel son of Charlotte (Naylor) Durrant, widow, 18 

months. 
Sarah widow of John Gardiner, 94 years. 
James son of Simon & Mary (Ling) Last, 6 years. 
Robert son of Robert & late Peggy Ridnall, 17 years. 
John Brown, 66 years. 
Thomas Orgill, son of Susanna Partridge, i year. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



199 



1838. 



1839. 



1840. 



May 

July 

July 

March 

April 

April 

May 

July 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

March 

April 

April 

April 

May 

June 

June 

July 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

April 

April 

May 

May 

May 



27. 
10. 



6. 
29. 
21. 

5- 
17- 

5- 
18. 
19. 
21. 
28. 

4- 
20. 
21. 

28. 
28. 

17- 
30- 

2. 
18. 

I. 

30- 

6. 

I. 
12. 
27. 

2. 
16. 
22. 

I. 
24. 
29. 



John son of John & Marianne (Pearson) Smith, 2 years. 

Ann daughter of Robert Ridnall, 16 years. 

Susanna widow of Woodward Bidwell, 70 years. 

Thamar Cockrill of Bury, 8 years. 

Maria Cockrill of Bury, 3 years. 

Alfred Fetch, g weeks. 

Sarah Ann Simpkin, 11 months. 

Alice dau : of Thomas & Mary (King) Goodchild, 5 months. 

Esther (Hustler) Death, 38 years. 

— dau : unbaptized of Richard & Susan Cockerill, 7 weeks. 

Edmund Willingham, 60 years. 

Simon Last, 42 years. 

Robert Deacon, 47 years. 

Joseph Farrants, 74 years. 

Elizabeth Thurlow, 62 years. 

Sarah Catchpole of Whepstead, 13 years. 

Sarah Charlotte Bullass, 17 months. 

Joseph Rowe, 66 years. 

John Pearsons, 75 years. 

John Dearson Meller, 85 years. 

James Race, 2 months. 

Sarah Bullass, 57 years. 

George Brown, 3 years. 

Robert Cooke, 22 years. 

Anne Cooper, 75 years. 

Anne Spalding, 54 years. 

George Farrants, 6 weeks. 

Edward Musk, 14 days. 

Susan Goodchild, 25 weeks. 

Thomas Copsey, 81 years. 

Mary Anne Crack, of Bury St. Edmunds, i year. 

Ann Gedge of Bury St. Edmunds, 70 years. 

Susan Meller, 63 years. 

Alice Ward, 86 years. 

Alice Willingham, 84 years. 



200 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



Amy Palmer of Westley, g years. 

Mary Goodchild, 37 years. 

Edward Crack, 73 years. 

Mary Bullas, 21 years. 

John Bannon, 11 months. 

Elizabeth King, 50 years. 

Elizabeth Bramwell of Bury St. Edmunds, 69 years. 

Edward Musk, 70 years. 

Ann Spalding, i year. 

Matthew Gostwick of Saxham Parva, 21 years. 

Sarah Farrants, 84 years. 

Elizabeth Sale, 8 years. 

Maria Sale, 18 months. 

Thomas Gardiner of Bury St. Edmunds, 34 years. 

John Spalding, 2 years. 

Sarah Goodchild, 8 years. 

Margaret Ann Byford, g months. 

Harriet King of Bury St. Edmunds, 14 months. 

Sarah Gooch, 76 years. 

William Double, 56 years. 

Sarah Ann Pryke, 5 years. 

Esther Race, 18 months. 

Hannah Copsey of Bury St. Edmunds Union Poor House, 

81 years. 
Elizabeth Meadows, 8 years. 
Susan Amelia Nunn, 4 years. 
Thomas Pryke, 7 years. 

George Crack of Bury St. Edmunds, 2g years. 
Harriet Bullass, 2 years. 
Thomas Grimwood Saunders, 3 years. 
William Cater, 18 years. 
Harriet wife of John Bullass, 32 years. 
Eliza Last, 4 months. 

William Willingham of Bury St. Edmunds, 84 years. 
Ann dau : (unbapt :) of George & Mary Cater, 6 weeks. 



Aug. 


14. 


Sept. 


so- 


Oct. 


ls- 


Dec. 


16. 


1841. Jan. 


2. 


Jan. 


20. 


Feb. 


4- 


Feb. 


14. 


Feb. 


24. 


Feb. 


28. 


Feb. 


28. 


March 


7- 


March 


7- 


March 


13- 


March 


18. 


INIay 


12. 


June 


II. 


June 


20. 


Aug. 


13- 


Oct. 


24. 


Oct. 


31- 


Nov. 


2. 


Nov. 


5- 


Nov. 


18. 


Nov. 


19. 


Nov. 


27. 


Dec. 


20. 


Dec. 


26. 


Dec. 


30. 


1842. March 


25- 


April 


26. 


May 


13- 


June 


24. 


July 


7- 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



20I 



1843. 



John Dearson Meller of Bury St. Edmunds, 7 weeks. 

Thomas Gardiner, 75 years. 

Sarah Mison, 76 years. 

Sarah Sanders, 4 days. 

Matthew Gostwick of Saxham Parva, 61 years. 

Robert Ridnall, 46 years. 

Mary Anne Bullass, 11 years. 

Edward Gooch, 82 years. 

John Double, 70 years. 

Mary Varo, 81 years. 

Anne Byford of Ickworth, 82 years. 

John Parr, 64 years. 

Henry Crooks, 34 years. 

Hannah Double of Bury St. Edmunds, 59 years. 

Emily Boreham, 6 months. 

Charles Brown, 10 weeks. 

Mary Race, 29 years. 

Mary Anne Last, 27 years. 

Frederick William Sturgeon, 20 weeks. 
John Gooch. 

John Edwards, Parish Clerk. 

William Levett, 8 months. 

Ann Cooper, single woman, 74 years. 

Edward Willingham, a deaf and dumb man, 47 years. 

Sarah Last, 66 years. 

Robert Gooch of Bury St. Edmunds, 46 years. 

John Tricker, 78 years. 

Anne Goodchild, 22 years. 

Susan wife of Mr. James Scarling, 99 years. 

Thomas Last, 84 years. 

Harriet dau : of William & Emily Gardiner, 6 months. 

Mary wife of John Baker, 6g years. 

Charles son of James & Lucy (Rampling) Boreham, 7 years. 

Charles Double of Buiy St. Edmunds, 66 years. 

James Boreham, 6 years. 



1844. 



Aug. 


20. 


Sept. 


15' 


Sept. 


25' 


Oct. 


21. 


Oct. 


27. 


Jan. 


29. 


March 


26. 


May 


^1- 


June 


5' 


July 


13- 


July 


25- 


Aug. 


27. 


Sept. 


5- 


Sept. 


12. 


Sept. 


20. 


Oct. 


22. 


Nov. 


23- 


Dec. 


28. 


Jan. 


6. 


Jan. 


21. 


Jan. 


22. 


Feb. 


20. 


March 


24. 


March 


24. 


May 


16. 


May 


19. 


June 


4- 


June 


7- 


June 


20. 


June 


26. 


Aug. 


19. 


Sept. 


5- 


Sept. 


28. 


Nov. 


5- 


Nov. 


24. 



202 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



Dec. 
Dec. 



3- 
II. 



1845. Feb. 16. 



Feb. 


25- 


March 


II. 


March 


20. 


April 


13- 


April 


20. 


June 


I. 


June 


15- 


July 


17- 


Aug. 


20. 


Sept. 


17- 


Oct. 


2. 


Oct. 


15- 


Dec. 


25- 


1846. Jan. 


22. 


Feb. 


15- 


April 


I. 


May 


I. 


May 


3- 


May 


28. 


June 


25- 


July 


ig. 


Aug. 


9- 


Aug. 


15- 


Sept. 


6. 


Sept. 


22. 


Sept. 


27. 


Oct. 


6. 


Oct. 


9- 



James Salisbury, 40 years. 

Charles son of William & Elizabeth Rowe of Bury, 10 

weeks. 
Henry Harroll son of Thomas & Sarah Wade, 4 years & 11 

months. 
Thomas Goodchild, 10 months. 
David son of Thomas & Lucy Tweed, 42 years. 
Charlotte wife of Robert Kemp, late widow Rosbrooke, of 

Bury, 60 years. 
Hannah wife of Abraham Cooper, 48 years. 
Lucy Moyse Pryke, 17 years. 
Ann dau : of Isaac & Mary Ann Boreham, 3 years. 
Harriet dau : of James & Mary Boreham, 2 months. 
Mary widow of William Edwards, 68 years. 
James Ellis, 86 years. 

Ann widow of Michael Sturgeon, 78 years. 
Samuel Mison, 82 years. 
Fanny Fetch, 3^ years. 

Louisa Boreham, 2^ years. 

Susan Gooch, 39 years. 

Thomas Evered, 54 years. 

Alfred Evered alias Adams, 3 weeks. 

Mary widow of Edward Musk, 79 years. 

Simon Sale, 87 years. 

Amy Tweed, 6 years. 

Eliza dau : of William Willingham, 21 years. 

Susan wife of William Nunn, 28 years. 

Catharine OfTord dau : of Offord & Charlotte Edwards, of 
Bury, 7 months. 

James son of Stephen & Sophy Paske, 3 months. 

George son of William & Mary Boreham, i month. 

Thomas Wade, 66 years. 

Charles Cowper, 11 months. 

Abigail Sergeant, 7 months. 

Henry Metcalf, 3 years. 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



203 



Adelaide Jane Wigson of Horsecroft, 15 years. 
Walter son of George & Amelia Boreham, 11 months. 
Charlotte Rosbrooke, of Bury, 20 years. 
Josiah Sanders, 30 years. 
Mary Sharpe, widow, 82 years. 

1847. Jan. 29. James McLean, 79 years. 
Caroline Scarling, i year. 
Susan wife of Thomas Orridge, 26 years. 
James Palmer, 93 years. 
Harry Swann, 4 months. 

P'rances widow of Thomas Gardiner, 78 years. 
Sophia Boreham of Thingoe Union House, g years. 
Mary Ann Swann, 4 years. 
Amos Nunn, 2 years. 
Sophia Adams, 29 years. 
Lilly Adams, 72 years. 
Frederick Cooper of Bury, 24 years. 
James Bullass, 80 years. 
Harry Musk, 14 months. 

1848. Jan. 17. John Nunn of Whepstead, 58 years. 
Hannah Avis of Horsecroft, 15 months. 
Walter Boreham of Bury, 8 months. 
Mary Ann Double of Bury, 72 years. 
Charles Utting, 38 years. 
Joseph Rowe, 15 months. 
Emma Wigson of Horsecroft, 28 years. 
Elisabeth dau : of George & Susan Brown of Bury, 2 years. 
William Thurlow, 65 years. 
Susan Ambrose, 73 years. 
William Palmer, 88 years. 

1849. Jan. II. Anne Perkins, 83 years. 
Anne Bowers, 13 days. 
William Palmer of Westley, 57 years. 
Robert Rooks, 37 years. 
George Thomas Rolfe, 6 months. 



Oct. 


22. 


Oct. 


29. 


Nov. 


15- 


Nov. 


19. 


Dec. 


10. 


Jan. 


29. 


Jan. 


30- 


Feb. 


14. 


April 


13- 


May 


19. 


June 


17' 


June 


26. 


July 


8. 


Aug. 


II. 


Aug. 




Aug. 




Oct. 


5- 


Nov. 


3- 


Dec. 


II. 


Jan. 


17- 


April 


24. 


April 


30. 


June 


14. 


June 


22. 


June 


29. 


June 


30- 


Aug. 


15- 


Oct. 


22. 


Oct. 


26. 


Dec. 


31- 


Jan. 


II. 


Jan. 


20. 


Feb. 


I. 


Feb. 


23- 


Feb. 


27. 



^o4 



HORRINGER REGISTERS.— BURIALS. 



1850. 



April 21. Benjamin Pryke, ig years. 

May 28. Agnes Root, 13 years. 

June 3. Thomas Rednell, of Bury St. Edmunds Union, 15 years. 

June 24. James Ellis, 23 years. 

July 18. Elizabeth Brown, infant. 

July 26. Anne Sanders, 20 months. 

July 27. George Boreham, 3 years. 

Aug. 13. Elizabeth Farrants, 8 years. 

Aug. 22. Caroline Elsden, 20 years. 

Aug. 22. Joseph Farrants, 4 years. 

Nov. 28. George Marking, 19 years. 

Dec. 31. Martin Edwards, 3 years. 

Jan. 2. Elizabeth Double, 77 years. 

Feb. 17. Hannah Palmer, 8 months. 

Feb. 22. Mary Rutter of Chevington, 71 years. 

March 14. Hannah King, 23 years. 

June 4. Frederick Evered, 53 years. 

July 13. Mary Pitt, 62 years. 

Aug. 4. Mary Coe of Bury St. Edmunds, 67 years. 

Sept. I. Susan dau : of Stephen & Sophia Paske, 17 years. 

Sept. I. Henry son of Samuel & Mary Ann Bowers, 6 months. 

Oct. 19. William Herbert Pratt, 2 weeks. 



HORRINGER CHURCH BRIEFS. 205 



Appendix I. 



CHURCH BRIEFS. 



The following list of briefs from 1661 to 1699 is contained in the second 
volume of the Registers. A brief is defined in the N. E. D. as "a letter patent 
issued by the Sovereign as Head of the Church, licensing a collection in the 
churches throughout England for a specified object of charity ; called also a 
church brief or King's letter." 

A quotation is there given from Pepys' Diary : — 
"1661. June 30. To church, where we observe the trade of briefs is come now 
up to so constant a course every Sunday that we resolve to give no more 
to them." 

BRIEFS. 

Horningshearth Magna. An accompt of such Breiffes as have been collected 
in the sayd parish since the yeare 1661, as fifolloweth. 

1661. £ s. d. 

March 31. Collecfted for a Burning at ffakenham in Norfolke ... 10 : 2^ 

Aprill 21. Collecfted for the Repayring of Condover Church in 

Salop, the charge being to the value of 2750 pounds, 15:0 

Aprill 28. Collecfted for the Repayring of Ponfrett Church in 
Yorkeshire, the losse being to the value of 5000 
pounds ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 18: 6 

Aprill 14. Collecfted for a Burning att Ilmister in the County of 

Somersett, the losse being to the value of £20000 ; 1:10:0 
May 5. Collecfted for the Repayring of Scarborrow Church 15 : 10 

May 12. Collecfled for a Burning att East Hogborne in Berk- 
shire ... ... ... ... ... ... ... § : 9 



2o6 



HORRINGER CHURCH BRIEFS. 



May 


17 


May 


26 


June 


23 



July 



21. 



Aug. 


II. 


Sept. 


22. 


Dec. 


29. 


Jan. 


5- 


Jan. 


12. 


Feb. 


16. 



March 


30 


April 


6 


May 


29 


June 


15- 


July 


6. 


Sept. 


28. 



CoUecfled for a Burning att Hedon in Yorksheire 
Collecfted for Milton Abbas in Dorsettsheire 
Collecfted for a Burning att Wapping in Middlesex, 

the losse being to the value of ^1925, 
Colle(fled for the Inhabitants of St. Bartholomews 

exchange and Bennett flinch, London, 
Colle(5ted for Watringbury in Kent 
Collecfted for Ripon in Yorkesheire 
Collecfted for the Burning att Oxford, the losse being 

to the value of ^^4360 1, 
Collecfted for a Burning att Elmeley Castle in Worces- 

tersheire, the losse being to the value of 4000 pounds, 
Collecfted for a Burning att Chester for one Richard 

Dutton, the losse being to the value of ^3500, 
Collecfted for a Burning at South-Birlingham in ye 

County of Norfolk for Robert Newham and Edward 

Peak, ye losse being to ye value of ;^2oo, ... 
Collecfted for a Burning att Chertsey in the County 

of Surrey, the losse being to the value of 583 

pounds, 

1662. 
Collecfted for Henry Harrison, Mariner, for a losse att 

sea, being to the value of /'7500, 
Collecfted for Pricilla ffeitier for a losse by ffyre for 

;^450 the summe of 
Collecfted for the Towne of Bridgenoth in tlie County 

of Salop, losse by ffyre to the value of /^6oooo, 
Collecfted for the Repayring the church of Boling- 

brooke in the County of Lincolne, value of ;^2400, 
Collecfted for a Burning att Metheringham in the 

County of Lincolne, losse to the value of /r4959j ••- 
Collecfted for Anne Walter of Redriffe in Surrey upon 

her losse att sea to the value of 1600 pounds, Paid 

to Constable. ... 



£ 



10 
16 



13 



10 



15 



9 
9 

II 

2 
3 



HORRINGER CHURCH BRIEFS. 



207 



Nov. g. Colle(fi:ed for Phillip Capon of Torring in Sussex 

upon a Burning of his Malthouse etc to the value of 
£^50, Pd to Constable. 
Feb. 22. Collecfted for the Parish Church in Gravesend to the 

value of ^2528, ... 
March i. Collecfled for Repayring the harbor of New-haven in 
Sussex to the value of ;^40oo, 
1663. 
Collecfled for a burning att Beckeve 
CoUecfted for a burning att Milton in Com : Cam- 
bridge ... ... ... 

Colledl:ed for a burning att ffordinbridge in Hamshire 
Collecfted for a burning at Tyverton in Devonshere ... 
Collecfted for a burning att Hexam in Northumberland 
Colle(5led towards ye losse of William Sandwell sus- 
tained by sea 
Colleifled towards ye losse of John Jones sustayned by 

fyre 
Collecfted for a burning for John Norman of Southwell, 

Essex 
Collecfted for repayring Grymsby haven 
Collecfted for repayring Harwich Church 
— — CollecT;ed for repayring Cromer Church and haven ... 

1664. 
April 3. Collecfted for a burning of ye blew bore in Houlbourne 

Collecfted for Richard Clarke of Icklingham, Suffolk 
Collecfted for repayring Witham Church in Sussex ... 
Collecfted for a burning of Tho : Burchett in Surry ... 
Collecfted for Tinmouth Church in the Co. of Northum 
berland ... 
13. Collecfted then upon a Breife for Robert Ensdell for 
a losse of a shipp att sea 
Sept. 25. Collected for a Burning at Grantham in Lincolnshire 
Jan, I. Collecfted for repayring Sandwich church 



€ s. 



June 


29 


Aug. 


16 


Oct. 


II 


Jan. 


10 


Jan. 


17 


Feb. 


7 


Feb. 


28 


March 




March 


13 



April 


30 


June 


5 


July 


10 


July 


31- 



Aug. 



7 

6 

II 



5 

7 
7 
9 

7 
. 6 

13 
6 



6 

8 

12 



II 



2o8 HORRTNGER CHURCH BRIEFS. 



£ s. d. 

Jan. 8. Collecfled for Edward Chorsham [?] of Grantham 

in Lincolnshire ... ... ... ... ... 6 .. o 

Feb. 12. Collecfted for Lawrence Holder of Clacton in Essex 6 .. 7 

Feb. 26. Colledled for Henery Lisle of Gisborne in York- 

shere 10 .. 6 

1665. 

April 5. Colletfled for repayring of Basing church in South- 

hamptonshere 7 .. 6 

April 16. Colle^ed for a burning at Nether Wallop [ ?] ... 6 .. 4 

April 21. Collecfled for repayring of St. Maries church of 

Chester 10 .. o 

July 16. Colledted for John Chapman att Shadywell, Suffolk 15.. 9 

Aug. Colle(fted for ye releife of ye infeded with ye sick- 

nesse ... ... ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• i •• ^9 •• ^i 

Sept. 6. CoUecfted for ye reliefe of the infetfted with the sick- 

nesse ... ... ... ... ... ••• ••• i •• 14 •• ^ 

Sept. 24. Collecfted for ye inhabitants of Noth church in Hert- 
ford 10 .. o 

Also collecfted for the inhabitants of Shadwell in 
Essex ... ... 5 •• o 

Oct. 3. Collecfted for ye releif of the infecfted with ye plague I .. 14 .. 6 

Oct. 22. Collecfted for ye inhabitants of Bidford in Warwick- 
shire ... ... ... ••■ ••• ••• ••• 4 .. 6 

Collecfted for Bramble stranger of Luton in Bed- 
fordshire ... ... ... ••- ... ••• 2 .. 6 

Nov. 8. Collected for the releife of the infecfted with ye 

plague I ,. 13 .. 4 

1666. 

May 2. Collecfled for ye releife of the infecfted with the 

plague ... ... ... ... .•• ... I •• 3 •• ° 

June 6. Collecfted for the releife of the infecfted with the 

plague ... ... ... ... ... ••• !•• 2.. 9 

Feb. 24. Collei^ed for ye repayiring of Clun church in Salop 11 .. 4 



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1667. £ s. d. 

June 23. Collecfted for ye releife of ye inhabitants of Hinx- 

ton in Cambridgeshire 
July 7. Colle(fted for ye releif of John Osborn, Russia 

Merchant 
Collecfted for ye releif of ye inhabitants of Worksopp 
in Nottingamshire ... 

1668. 
May 31. Collecfted for ye reliefe of Haverhill in Suffolk 
Aug. g. Colle(5ted for ye reliefe of Loughborough in the 

County of Leicester 
Dec. 22. Collecfted for ye reliefe of those captives under ye 

Turks dominion 
March 21. Collected for ye redemption of captives under ye 

Turks, for loss at sea and by fire ... ... 12 .. o 

i66g. 

May 23. Collecfted for ye reliefe of some distressed persons 
(impoverished by pirats) in ye Isle of Canon in 
Ireland ... ... ... 2 .. o 

Aug. I. Collecfted for a burning att Thetford in Norfolk ... 12 .. 3 

1670. 
July 3. Collecfted for a burning at Samersham in Hunting- 

tonshire ... ... ... ... ... ••• 6 .. 6 

July 10. Collecfted for a burning in Beckles in Suffolk ... 6 .. g 

Sept. II. Collecfted for a burning at Collinend in Co. of 

Northampton ... ... ... ... ••• 3 •• 9 

Oct. 23. Collecfted for ye redemption of captives ... ... 6.-7 

1671. 
April 2. Collecfted for & towards ye redemption of captives 

out of Turkish slavery ... ... ... ••• 3 

July 23. Coll : for a burning at Meer in Wilts. 

July 30. Coll : for a burning in Isleam in Cambrigshire ... 

Oct. 15. Coll: for & towards ye repairing of ye Parish 

Church of Waltham Abby in Essex 



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1672. £ s. d. 

Jan. 12. Coll : for a burning at great flford in Lincolnshire 5 •• 10 

1673. 
June ? 22. Coll : towards ye repaire of ye parish church, 
chancell & parsonage house of little livermore in 
Co. of Suffolk 9-4 

1674. 
July 4. Coll : towards the loss by ffire at ffording-bridge 

in Hampshire ... ... ... ... ... n •• 10 

Aug. 16. Coll : towards the repaire of St. Katharine's 

Hospitall at London ... ... ... ... 6 .. 6 

Nov, 15. Coll : towards the loss by ffire at Litleton in 

Middlesex 3 ■• 1 

March 21. Coll: for the ffire at ffording-bridge in Co. of 

Hampshire ... ... ... ... ... ... 11 .. 11^ 

1675- 
May g. Coll : towards the ffire at Nether Wallop in 

Hampshire ... 
May 30. Coll : towards the repaire of the church at Benen- 

den in Co. of Kent ... 
July 4. Coll : towards the two ffires in Redburne in Co. of 

Hertford 
Sept. 19. Coll : then towards the loss of the Towne of 

Watton in Co. of Norfolk by ffire 

1676. 
April 16. CoUecfted then for Newent church ... 
May 14. Coll: in our Parish for the rebuilding of the 

church of Oswestree in Shropshire 
May 28. Coll : towards Anthony Barretts loss by ffire at 

Dalham 
July 16. Coll : towards the releif of Northampton ... ... i 

1678. 
June 9. Coll : towards ye relief of William Rushley of 

Rickmersworth .., ... ... ... ... 3 .. 10 



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£ s. d. 

Coll : towards ye relief of the Towne of Wem in Co. 

of Salop ... ... 6 .. 10 

Coll : towards ye losse of Josiah Buxbanck of 

Harlington in Middlesex ... ... ... ... 5 .. i 

1679. 

Aug. 3. Coll : towards ye losse of ye widdow Giime of 

Horsham St. Faith, Norfolk, ... ... ... 10 .. 6 

Aug. 24. Coll : for ye rebuilding of ye church of Windles- 

ham in Surrey ... ... ... ... ... 8 .. 10 

Sept. 7. Coll : towards ye losse of Thomas Osborne of 

Dover ... ... ... ... ... ... 4 .. 4 

Nov. 23. Coll : towards ye losse of William Browne and 

others of ye Towne of Lurgishull in Co. of Wilts 8 .. o 

1680. 

March 28. Coll : towards ye losse of William Flint and 
others of ye Towne of Weedon Beck in Co. of 
Northampton ... ... ... ... ... 4 .. 7 

July II. Coll: then towards ye losse of ye inhabitants of 

Dearham in ye Co. of Norfolk ... ... ... i .. o .. 5 

Oct. 31. Coll: towards ye redemption of ye Captives at 

Algiers ... ... ... ... ... ... i .. 7 .. 9 

Feb. 6. Coll : towards ye losse of Henry Wastle, Thomas 

King and others of ye Town of Duxford in Co. of 
Camb : ... ... ... ... ... ... 5 •• 3 

1682. 

Sept. 17. Coll: for the breife for Caister ... ... ... 6 .. 2 

Nov. 26. Coll : towards the loss of Thomas Nichalls of 

London 
Jan. 21. Coll : for the breife for New Windsor 

1683. 
May 20. Coll: for the breif for Ensham in Oxfordshire ... 
June 24. Coll; for the breif for Stooke ... .,. :.. 



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July 



Nov 



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Oct. 


28. 


Jan. 


6. 


April 


20. 


June 


15 


July 


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Jan. 


11 


Jan. 


19 


July 


19. 


Sept. 


6 


Oct. 


4 


Oct. 


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Nov. 


22 


Jan. 


10 



June 




Oct. 


2. 


Aupf. 


6 


Nov. 


5 


Dec. 


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Dec. 


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Sept. 


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Sept. 


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Sept. 


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Jan. 


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Coll : for the breife for Preston Candever in South- 
ampton 
Coll : for Channel xov^ in London ... 
Coll: for Bassingborn in Cambridgeshire... 

1684. 
Coll: for Wapping in London 
Coll: for Bradninch in Devon 
Coll : for Warsop in Nottinghamshire 
Coll: for Saresden m Oxfordshire ... 
Collecfted for Ely 

1685. 
Coll : for the Village of Kirksanton and Haverigge 
For Alsriston in Sussex 
For Stanton in Suffolke 
For John Pyle, clerke of Stody in Norfolke 
For Beamister in Dorsetshire 
Coll : for Bullfoid in Wilts 

i68g. 
Collected for the Irish Protestants ... 



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Collected for Stnffoid 
For St. Ives ... 



1693. 
For redemption of slaves 
For Churchill ... 
For Dennis Gunton ... 
For Wooller in Northumberland ... 

1694. 
For Yalding in I^ent ... 
For the French Protestants .. 
Coll : for St. Briget's church in Chester 
CoUecfled for Yorke ... 



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215 



June 


22 


May 


26 


June 


9 


Nov. 


17 



Jan. 


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Feb. 


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March 


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April 


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April 


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May 


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April 



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1695. 

Collecfled for Netherhaven ... 

For Gillingham in Dorsetshire 

Coll : for Grandcester in Cambridgeshire ... 

Coll : for Trinity Church in Kingston upon hull 

Coll: for Mr. Joseph Peters 

1696. 

Coll : for Mr. Morley in Mildenhall 

Coll : for the church of Westhatton in Lincolnshire 

1697. 
CoUecTied for Litchfeild ... 

Collecled for Wolverhampton 

1698. 
Colledfed for Richard Uriel ... 
Collected for Newberry 
CollecT:ed for Soham in Cambridgeshire ... 
Collecfted for Derby Court ... 
Collecled for Minehead 
Collecfted for Lancaster 
Colle(5led for Drury lane 

1699. 
Colletfted for the Vaudois in Piedmont 



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5 
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6 
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214 INSCRIPTIONS IN CHURCH. 



Appendix II. 



Monumental Inscriptions within 
HoRRiNGER Church. 



Nos. 1, 2, are flat stones in the Chancel ; Nos. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, are fiat stones in the 
Vestry ; Nos. 9, 10, 11, 12, are on the West wall of the North aisle ; No. 13 is in the 
Toiver ; Nos. 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, are in the South Chapel. Originally Nos. 1 to 12 wen 
all in the Chancel, and No. 13 on the West gallery. 

1. Here lie the remains of Peter Gedge who died Jan. 7, 181 8, aged 59 years. 

A tablet to his memory is erected in St. Mary's Church, Bury. 
The man of benevolence, integrity, and Christian piety. 
Also of Ann his wife who died April 16, 1840, aged 70 years. 
Ann daughter of the above died Dec. 14, 1824, aged 27, and was buried in 

the churchyard. 

2. The upper part of this stone is concealed by the choir seats. All that can now be read 

is as follows : 
said Christian Lucas. This stone was laid by Mr. John Lurkin and Mr. 
Thomas Roper, the executors of Mrs. Sach. 

3. Here lyeth the body of William Lucas Esquire who departed this life Jan. 

1639. 
Here lyeth the body of Elizabeth Lucas wife of Dr. Lucas, who dyed June 

24, 1668. 
Hie jacet Dr. Lucas qui obiit May 24, 1698, setat : 83. 

4. Here lyeth the body of Ann the wife of Mr. Abraham Kedington and eldest 

daughter of Mr. John Ewin of this Parish who departed this Hfe Sept. 30 
anno dommini 1728, aetatis 27. 
Also Abraham their son who died an infant. 



INSCRIPTIONS IN CHURCH. 215 

5. H. S. E. Edvardus Foster A.M. Ecclesiae Badeliensis Pastor per annos 

xiv, fidelis, pius et indefessus, qui studiis assiduis & exinde morbis 
exhaustus gregi sequue ac amicis flebilis omnibusque desideratus, obiit 
(heu praemature) v Kal. Oct. anno salutis MDCCIV, aetatis xxxvii. 
Uxor moerens posuit. 
Here lyeth also the body of Mrs. Ann Foster, daughter of Mr. Edward 
Foster and Hester his wife, who dyed April i, 1705, being fifteen weekes 
old. 

6. Underneath this stone are interred the remains of Henry Cameron Cherry, 

son of the Revd. Henry Curtis Cherry M.A. curate of this parish and 
Anne AUcia his wife. Born Aug. 13, 1823. Died June 11, 1824. 

7. Catharine Maria daughter of the Revd. Edward Gould and Mary Ann 

Penelope his wife. Died Jan. 5, 1832, aged 2 months. 

8. This inscription is on a small brass let into the stone. 

Here lyeth the body of Mary Lucas the eldest daughter of William Lucas of 
Horscroft in Horninger esquier, which departed this life Oct. 13, A.D. 
1618. 

g. To the Memory of Woodward Bidwell Esq. who died June 6, 1826, in the 

74th year of his age. 
Also of Susanna his wife, daughter of the late Gregory Sparke Esq. of 

Risby in this County, who died July 11, 1837, in the 70th year of her age. 
Their mortal remains are deposited at the north side of this church. 
Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God. 
The memory of the just is blessed. 
This tablet is eredled by an afifecflionate friend and near relation as a grateful 

memorial of their virtues and of the constant proofs of their kindness and 

friendship experienced for many years. 
10. Valentine Munbee Esq. departed this life Sept. 24, 1750, aged 55 years. He 

was a person of great good sense, learning, knowledge and integrity, 

qualities which made him beloved and esteemed when alive, and bewailed 

when dead, by those who were always dear to him, his family and his 

friends. 
Mr. Gage thus describes the arms : Azure fretty Or, on a canton gules, a cross forme 

A rgent. 



2i6 INSCRIPTIONS IN CHURCH. 



11. Here lyeth the body of Dame Elizabeth Gipps rehc^ of Sir Richard Gipps of 

Horrenger. She departed this Hfe Nov. ii, 1715, in the 67 year of her 
age. 

On a lozenge-shaped shield are the arms of Gipps impaling Foley. 

12. Here lyeth the body of Sir Richard Gipps of Little Horninger in the County 

of Suffolk Knight, who marryed Elizabeth the eldest daughter of Sir 
Edmund Polly of Badly of the same County Knight, who dyed Sept. 28, 
A.D. 1681, in ye 36 yeare of his age. 

This stone has two shields, one of ivhich has the arms of Gipps, and the other has 
Gipps impaling Foley. 

13. To Arthur John Brooke Esq. by whom this church was completely repaired 

and beautified ; the pulpit, desk, pews and gallery erected ; the East 
window framed with coloured glass ; the bells, with the addition of a 
new one, recast ; and the clock presented ; the inhabitants of Hornings- 
he^th (his native village) inscribe this tablet as a memorial of his munifi- 
cence. MDCCCXVIII. 

14. Sacred to the memory of Elizabeth relict of William Wigson Esq. of 

Colchester, Essex, who died Aug. 2, 1830, aged 79 years. 

15. Sacred to the memory of Adelaide Jane, youngest daughter of William Bacon 

Wigson and of Mary Ann his wife, who died Oct. 15, 1846, aged 15 years. 
Also of Emma their second daughter, who died June 23, 1848, aged 27 years. 

16. Mary Ann Wigson. Born Feb. 4, 1819. Died Jan. 14, 1824. 
Thomas Wigson an infant, died Nov. i, 1824. 

Henry Cooke Wigson, died Jan. 17, 1826, aged 2 years, 4 months. 
Frederic Turnor Wigson. Born July 3, 1829. Died Nov. 7, 1830. 
Septimus Seaber Wigson. Born Jan. i. 1833. Died April 20, 1833. 

17. William Bacon Wigston. Born Jan. 30, 1787. Died Feb. 7, 1872. 
Mary Ann Wigston. Born Ocl. 16, 1793. Died Aug. 28, 1879. 

18. D O M S Surgite, mortui. In te, Domine, speravi, non confundar in 

aeternum. 
Hie jacet corpus Johannis Cooke generosi, qui obiit Julii 12, anno salutis 

1653, aetatis suae 72. 
Et corpus Thomae Covel generosi, qui obiit Aug. 20, A.D. 1715, aetatis suse 81. 



INSCRIPTIONS IN CHURCH. 217 

Et corpus Judithae uxoris Thomae Covel generosi, quae filia erat Ambrosii 
Blagg armigeri, et obiit March i anno MDCCVII, astatis suae 87. 

Et corpus Margaretae Blagg filiae etiam dicti Ambrosi, quae obiit — anno — 
aetatis suae. In spe beatae Resurrectionis ad aeternam gloriam. 

Mr. Gage in his History of Thingoe Hundred, 1838, mentions the following which I 
cannot see now. 

1. Here lieth Christian Sach, the late wife of Thomas Sach, gent, of Great 

Horringer, who was formerly the wife of William Lucas Esq., who died 
in Sept. A.D. 1666, aged 79 years. 

2. Hie jacet Lucy Chapman, aetatis 21 annorum, nuper uxor Henrici Chapman, 

generosi, nupt : filia Gulielmi Lucas, armigeri. Quae dum vixit bona 
fuit mulier testis est populus ; melior filia testes sunt parentes ; optima 
uxor testis maritus : pictate nullae secunda testis est Deus. 
This soul too rich a prize for mortal race, 
Endew'd with nature and the gifts of grace, 
Once view'd this world, and then in much disdain 
Left this void earth and now in glory reigne. 
Arms of Chapman impaling Lucas. 

3. Here heth buried the body of Thomas Stanton Esq. of Mildenhall in the 

County of Suffolk, who died Aug. 20, 1661, aged 61. 
He also says there were stones with the following names on them, which I cannot now 

see : 
Revd. Thomas Smith, Rector of Horringer, who died April 12, 1724, aged 

68 years ; 
Elizabeth his second wife who died Feb. 26, 1736/7, aged 75. 
Thomas Keddington Esq. who died Sept. 6, 1728, aged 57 years, 
Christian his wife who died 0(5l. 10, 1735, aged 65 years, 
Abraham their son who died Oct. 5, 1745, aged 43 years; 
Ann Mortlock their daughter who died March 9, 1746, aged 51 years; 
Judy Keddington who died Nov. 1761, aged 57. 
Stephen Brooks, gent., who died Aug. 4, 1798, aged 32. 



2i8 INSCRIPTIONS IN CHURCHYARD. 



Appendix III. 

Monumental Inscriptions in 
HoRRiNGER Churchyard. 



Nos. 1 to 33 inclusive are in the triangular space between the two paths leading up to 
the Chancel door and South porch respectively. 

Nos. 34, 35, 36, 37, lie flat at the East end of the South chapel. 

Nos. 38 to 79 are on the South side of the Church between the path leading to the 
chancel door and the East hedge. 

Nos. 80 to 96 are on the South side of the Church between the path leading to the 
South porch and the West hedge. 

Nos. 97 to 119 are under the tower. 

Nos. 120 to 220 are on the North side of the Church. 

I have left out the words ^' Here lies'' or "In memory of," and have sometimes put 
[died] instead of its longer equivalent. With such exceptions the inscriptions are given 
exactly. Occasionally differences will be found between the tombstones and the Register, both 
as to the age of the person buried and as to the year of burial. Owing to the foolish and 
exaggerated use of thin strokes by stonecutters, the difference between 1 and 4 is sometimes 
very soon annihilated. 

I. Richard ye son of Richard and Martha Elsden, who died June 23, 1756, aged 
4 years. 
Also Jane their daughter died July 26, 1756, aged 16 months. 
The great Jehovah full of love 

An angel bright did send, 
To snatch away these spotless doves 
To joys that have no end. 



INSCRIPTIONS IN CHURCHYARD. 219 

2. Martha Elsden who died Feb. i. 1783 aged 56 years. 

3. Isabella wife of John Woodruffe who died June 18, 1738, aged 32 years. 

Short was my time, the longer is my rest ; 
God called me hence because he thought it best ; 
Therefore dear friends lament for me no more ; 
I am not lost, but gone awhile before. 

4. Elizabeth Elsden who died Jan. 3. 1749, aged 53 years. 

AfflicStion sore long time I bore, 

Physicians all in vain, 
Till God did please to give me ease, 

And rid me of my pain. 

5. Mrs. Elizabeth Houghton, daughter of Mr. John Houghton of Westley, died 

July 1718 aged . . years. 

6. Thomas Mitchell died May 29, 1880, aged 55 years. 

Thy will be done. Mat. vi. 10. 
Also Elizabeth his widow, died Sept. 28, i88g, aged 65 years. 

Resting in hope. 

7. William Plum who died Feb. 12, 1864, aged 67 years. 

Gracious is the Lord and righteous, yea our God is merciful. Psalm n6, 5. 
Also Mary his wife, who died Dec. 27, 1870, aged 75 years. 
The weary are at rest. 

i. M. S. Reverendi viri Timothei Adamson et Mariae uxoris ejus. Obie'runt, 

ille 8 die Aprilis, ilia 15 Septembris, anno 1716. 
lUe natus annos 79, ilia 76. 
Hie etiam jacent tres eorumdem filii. 
Abi, viator, et disce mori. 
Prope ab hoc tumulo sepulti sunt Johannes Walker generosus et Maria uxor 

ejus. 

/ give Mr. Gage's description of the shield on this stone : Three crossletsjitchee, a 
mtdlet, Adamson, impaling a cross flory between three trefoils slipped. 

). John Dearson Meller who died June 13, 1839, aged 85 years. 

Mary, wife of John Dearson Meller, who died Aug. 15, 1826, aged 79 years. 



220 INSCRIPTIONS IN CHURCHYARD. 



10. John Dearson Meller who died Jan. 14, 1767, aged 48 years. 
Ann his wife died May 26, 1763, aged 36 years. 

Also of John Dearson their son who died in his infancy in 1748. 
Also Mrs. Mary Nickhols their aunt, who died in the year 1769 aged 72 
years. 

11. Stephen Crick who [died] Nov. 25, 1816, aged 73 years. 

Hark from the tomb what doleful sound ! 

My ears attend the cry ; 
Ye living men, come view the ground 

Where you will shortly lie. 
Sarah Rudland died Oct. 5, 1824, aged 70 years. 

12. Sarah wife of Stephen Crick, who died Nov. i. 1804, aged 77 years. 

That ye be not slothful, but followers of them who through faith and patience 
inherit the promises. Hebr. vi. 12. 

13. Elizabeth the daughter of John Kettle sen. who died May 14, 1731, aetatis 

32. 

14. John Kettle who died March 18, 1729, jetatis 63 [?]. 

15. Hie jacet corpus Gulielmi Covel generosi, qui obiit xxi Novemb : anno 

1661. 
Et Gulielmus Covel generosus, fihus ejus, getat : Ixxix, qui obiit ix die April, 
1707. 

16. John Dearson Meller of Bury St. Edmunds, who died May 22, 1863, aged 

76 years. 

In the day of Judgment, Good Lord deliver us. 
Sarah, widow of John Dearson Meller, born Dec. 11. iSog, departed March 
3, 1876. 
O ye spirits and souls of the righteous, bless ye the Lord, praise him and 
magnify him for ever. 
Also of John Dearson son of John Dearson and Sarah Meller, who died Aug. 
1842, aged 7 weeks. 

17. Susannah Meller who died April 25, 1840, aged 62 years. 

18. Here lyeth the body of Thor : VVickes, who dyed 14 Feb. 1701, aged 32 

years. 



INSCRIPTIONS IN CHURCHYARD. 221 

The peaceful grave my bons shall keep 

Untell that glorious day, 
I shall awake from my long sleep, 

And leave this bed of clay. 

ig. Mary the wife of John Whymark, who died May 5, 1771, aged 31 years. 

20. Here lyeth the body of John Arnsbey,''' who married Hester daughter of 

Josias Wright, who dyed 4 March, 1697, aged 39 years, 

21. Edward Rutherford who fell asleep in Jesus, March 12, 1883, aged 32. 

Now is the spirit with the Lord, 
And soon the mouldering frame 
Shall put on immortality, 
And rise in Jesu's name. 

22. Here lieth the body of Ann Barton, widow, who died 26 Feb. 1727/8, aged 

75 years. 

23. Margaret Gault daughter of John and Anne Ewin, She died Oct. 8, 1764, 

aged 35 years. 

24. John Ewin who died May 25, 1745, aged 76 years. Also 2 sons and 2 

daughters. 

25. Ann wife of John Ewin sen., who died June 21, 1763, aged 88 years. 
Also John son of John Ewin jun. died Dec. g. 1717, aged 18. 

26. Here lyeth ye body of Margreat Ewin wife of John Ewin, who departed Aug. 

26, 1723, aged 85 years. 

27. Here lyeth the body of John Ewin who [died] May 14, 1703, aged 69 years. 

28. Hannah the daughter of John Ewin, died May 23, 1721, aged 17 years. 

All you who do see, 

Take care how you all times prepared be. 
You see how sudingly death called mee, 
So sudingly may he summuns ye : 
' Your life's uncerten for you know not when. 
You are hear to day and tomorrow gone. 

* Ernosby in the Registers, 



222 INSCRIPTIONS IN CHURCHYARD. 



29. William Ewin who died 29 July anno domini 1728, aged 21 years. 

O thinke on heaven and on God's mercy call, 
In early years God gave to me my fall. 

30. David Hill who died Sept. 23, 1786, aged 48 years. 

31. Theophyla Harvey who died 0(5l. 7, 1791, aged 51 years. 

32. William Godfrey late of Bury St. Edmunds gent, who departed this life Aug. 

29, 1725, aged 61 years. 
As likewise of Mary his wife, who died Dec. 23, 1731, aged 73 years. 

33. Edward Drew who died May 12, 1812, aged 68 years. 

34. William son of Isaac & Mary Brook, who died March 7, 1770 aged i month. 

35. Castle Goodchild who died April 21, 1782, aged 61 years. 

36. In memory of three children of Edward Drew jun. & Elizabeth his wife. 
Francis died April 11, 1773, aged 10 days. William died April 16, 1773, 

aged 12 days. Edward died Jan. 17, 1774, aged 9 months, 13 days. 

37. Susan the wife of Castle Goodchild, who died July 26, 1784, aged 73 years. 

38. Elizabeth wife of John Adkin, who died Aug, 4, 1819, in the 6oth year of her 

age. 

39. John Adkin, who died April 12, 1831, aged 74 years. 

A loving husband, father dear, 
Such was he who's buried here ; 
We hope his soul is gone to rest, 
In Christ alone we can be blest. 

40. Thomas Sargant dyed Jan. 20, 1704, aged 46 years. 

41. Margareta wife of John Hibble, who died Dec. 2, 1739, aged 31 years. 

42. Elizabeth wife of Joshua Bunting who died Nov. 15, 1753 aged 67 years. 

A long afflicftion did my life attend. 

But time with patience brought it to an end. 

And laid me in this bed of clay 

Untill the joyfuU Resurrection day. 

43. Joshua Bunting who died June 3, 1757 in ye 8oth year of his age. 

As time and hours pass away, 
So doth ye life of man decay ; 
Weep not for me, my glass is run. 
It is the Lord, His will be done, 



INSCRIPTIONS IN CHURCHYARD. 223 

44. Elijah Pryke. Born Jan. 10, 1831. Died July 5, i860. 

The dearest friends on earth must part, 

And bid adieu to all ; 
Happy are those that are prepared 

To meet that solemn call. 

45. Benjamin son of Thomas & Kezia Pryke. Died April 18, 1849, aged 20 years. 
Kezia wife of Thomas Pryke. Died Feb. 18, 1852, aged 50 years. 

Put your trust in God, for he will never forsake you. 

46. Thomas Pryke, who died Jan. 30, 1879, aged 81 years. 

In thee, O Lord, have I put my trust. 

47. Sarah wife of Thomas Pryke, who died Sept. 25, 1868, aged 57 years. 

I heard a voice from heaven saying unto me, write. From henceforth blessed 
are the dead which die in the Lord ; even so saith the Spirit ; for they 
rest from their labours. 

48. Thomas Willingham sen., who died in 1776 aged 88 years. 
Also Alice his wife, who died April 4, 1764, aged 69 years, 

49. William Newport, who died Feb. 7, 1728 aged .3 [?] years. 
Ann"-''- Newport died June 25, 17 16, aged 66 years. 

50. William Pond, who died May 10, 1827, aged 72 years. 
Rachael his wife, who died Dec. 9, 1830, aged 77 years. 

51. William Moyse who died Jan. 5, 1820, aged 35 years. 

Think, living men, how frail is man ! 
How few his days, how short his span ! 
Who can secure their vital breath 
Against the bold demands of death ? 

52. Lewes Mortlock, who died Aug. 27, 1739, aged 40 years. 

53. Ann the wife of Thomas Atkin, who died Sept. 1818, aged 35 years. 

54. Elizabeth wife of Joseph Hammond sen. of Horningsheath, who died March 

7, 1 76 1, aged 70 years. 

As days and hours do pass away. 
So doth the life of man decay. 

* Called Mary in the Registers, Ed, 



224 INSCRIPTIONS IN CHURCHYARD. 

55. John Double, who died Dec. 30, 1799, aged 55 years. 
Ann his wife, who died Dec. 21, 1825, aged 73 years. 

O cruel death, that would not spare 
A loving husband and a tender father dear ; 
This world he have left and us behind, 
Our guide to lament and friends to find. 

56. William Swithin Double, son of John & Ann Double, who died Aug. 8, 1780, 

aged I [or 4] years. 

57. George Scarff Westrup, son of John and Susanna Westrup, who [died] May 

7, 1784, aged 6 months. 

58. Mary Ann daughter of George and M. A. Double, who died May 22, 1806, 

aged 23 weeks. 

59. George Scarffe Double who died July 5, 1825, aged 50 years. 

The best of husbands the grave incloses here, 
A tender father to his children dear ; 
Great was our loss for his eternal gain. 
But hope in Heaven we shall meet again. 
Also Mary-Ann wife of the above George Scarffe Double, who died June 9, 
1848, in the 72 year of her age. 

60. William Nayler the son of George Scarffe and Mary Ann Double, who died 

Aug. I. 1830, aged 17 years. 

Our life hangs by a single thread. 
Which soon is cut and we are dead ; 
Then boast not, reader, of thy might, 
Alive at morn and dead at night. 

61. John Beales who [died] Jan. 18, 1799, aged 80 years. 

Deaf and dumb from his infancy. 

62. Christian the wife of John Beales of Horningsheath, who died March 5, 1804, 

aged 57 years. 

While sorrow weeps o'er Virtue's sacred dust. 
Our tears become us and our grief is just : 
Such were the tears he shed who grateful pays 
This last sad tribute of his love and praise. 



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Who mourns the best of wives and friends combin'd ; 
Mourns her, not murmurs, sighs but not despairs, 
Feels as a man, but as a Christian bears. 

63. William Edwards, who died Aug. 6, 1833, aged 62 years. He was wheel- 

wright of this parish 33 years. 
Mary his wife, who died July 13, 1845, aged 68 years. 

64. Thomas French, who [died] Sept. 28, 1853, aged 41 years. 

Our life hangs by a slender thread, 
And soon is cut and we are dead ; 
Then boast not, reader, of thy might. 
Alive at morn and dead at night. 

65. Thomas Tweed, who died May 13, 1852, aged 85 years. 

Afflictions sore long time I bore, 

Physicians were in vain, 
Till God did please to give me ease. 

And free'd me of my pain. 

66. John Pearsons, who died May 22, 1839, aged 74 years. 

Also John Smith, son of John and Mary Ann Smith, who died May 22, 1837, 
aged 2 years. 

67. Elizabeth the wife of John Pearsons, who died Feb, 13, 1833, aged 62 years. 

Thou art gone to the grave, we no longer behold thee. 
Nor tread the rough path of the world by thy side ; 

But the wide arms of mercy are spread to enfold thee, 
And sinners may hope since the Saviour has died. 

Thou art gone to the grave, but we're wrong to deplore thee, 
When God was thy ransom, thy guardian, thy guide ; 

He gave thee and took thee and soon will restore thee, 
Where death has no sting since the Saviour has died. 

68. Thomas the son of John and Elizabeth Pearsons, who died Oct. 10, 1831, in 

the 20th year of his age. 

Say, sprightly youth, dost thou. on life presume ? 
Observe the date and tremble at this tomb ; 
To health nor strength nor youthful vigour trust ; 
Behold here death has laid thern in the dust, 



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69. George Tweed, who died Sept. 14, 1877, aged 76 years. 

On Jordan's stormy banks I stand, 

And cast a wistful eye 
To Canaan's fair and happy land, 

Where my possessions lie. 

Sarah the beloved wife of George Tweed, whodied March 2, 1872, aged 71 

years. 

Why should our tears in sorrow flow 

When God recalls his own. 

And bids them leave a world of woe 

For an immortal crown ? 

70. Susan dearly beloved wife of Joseph Alston Murton, who died April 6, 1865, 

aged 30 years. 
Also of Henry, eldest and well beloved son of the above, who died April 13, 

1865, aged 13 months. 
Also of Charles Willie, son of J. A. and Susan Murton, who died Dec. 26, 

1865, aged 9 months. 

71. Edith the beloved wife of Charles Bilson, who entered into rest Sept. 19, 

1878, in the 55th year of her age. 
Also Matilda beloved daughter of the above, who fell asleep Nov, 13, 1877, 
in the 25th year of her age. 
Our loved ones are absent from the body but at home with the Lord. 
Write, Blessed are the dead, etc. 

72. Joseph Bridgman, who died June 6, 1863, aged 70 years. 

Also Charles son of the above, died in America Aug. 4, 1863, aged 36 years. 

73. Rebecca Copping, who died July 5, 1869, aged 73 years. 

For 43 years a faithful servant and beloved friend in the Bristol family at 
Ickworth. 

74. Abraham Elsden, who died June 29, 1864, aged 25 years. 

In the midst of life we are in death. Of whom may we seek for succour but 
of thee, O Lord. 

75. John Elsden, who died Oct. 2, 1871, aged 68 years. 

For me to live is Christ, but to die is gain. Thy will be done. 

76. R. Cook died Aug. 26, 1839, aged 22 years. 



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77. Edward Musk, who died Feb. 9, 1841, aged 70 years. 

An aged Christian slumbers here, 
Whose faith was strong, his love sincere ; 
Content he passed life's little span 
In fearing God and serving man. 
Also Mary-Ann his wife, who died April 26, 1846, aged 79 years. 

78. William Frost, who died Nov, 10, 1826, aged 36 years. 

79. John Brewster, who died March 1828, aged 82 years. 

Also Elizabeth his wife, who died Nov. 1819, aged 72 years. 

80. William Last, who died Jan. 2, 1827, aged 32 years. 

His cheerful mind & vigorous frame 
Evinc'd no symptoms of decay; 
His foundering heart too large became, 
And Heaven beckon'd him away ; 
A widow's grief and parents love 
Resigned with faith to Him above. 

81. James Evered, who died Jan. 2, 1831, aged 79 years. 

Susan wife of James Evered, who died Feb. 28, 1820, aged 56 years. 

82. Thomas Wade, who died Sept. 17, 1846, aged 66 years. 
Ann his wife, who died June 6, 1830, aged 50 years. 

Also Ann their daughter, who died April 26, 1831, aged 12 years. 
Likewise Henry Harrold Wade, son of Thomas & Sarah Wade, who died 
Feb. 10, 1844, aged 4 years. 

83. Elizabeth the wife of Henry Cater, who died June 14, 1805 aged 62 years. 
Also Henry Cater, who died Feb, 5, 1825, aged 79 years. 

84.^^ [Michael Houghton] who died Jan. 21, 1771, aged 67 years. 
[Hannah Houghton] who died 06\. i, 1775, aged 73 years. 
Afflidlions sore long time we bore, 

Physicians were in vain, 
Till God did please to give us ease, 
And rid us of our pain. 

• The upper part of this stone is gone. What is printed within bractets I have supplied from 
the Register of Burials, 



228 INSCRIPTIONS IN CHURCHYARD. 



85. Sarah Wilkin, who died Jan. 10, 1861, aged 81 years. 

Our Lord Jesus Christ who died for us, that whether we wake or sleep we 
should live together with him. 

86. Edward Godfrey of Risby, dyed Jan. 10 1705, aged 82 years. 

87. Jane Harvey widow, who died May 8, 1739, aged 82 years. 

Also Thomas Harvey her son, died May 12, 17 [52], in ye 54th year of his 
age, after having serv'd ye Rt Hon. John, Earl of Bristol, upwards of 45 
years. 

88. Here lies waiting for the resurrection of the flesh the body of Mary Ann 

Kemp who [died] Oct. 22, 1858. Her distressed relatives placed this 
tomb as a monument of their sorrow and of their hope. 
Here lies waiting for the resurrection of the flesh the body of John Kemp 
who [died] Oct. 26, 1867, aged 74. 

89. Elizabeth daughter of Robert & Mary Jacob, who died Feb. 3, 1762, aged 

20 years. 

(Here follow 4 lines which are illegible.) 

90. Here lyeth the body of Mary wife of John Rolph sen, who died Nov. 16, 

1703, aged 62 years. 

91. John Langham who died June 30, 1854, aged 88 years. 

Also Elizabeth his wife, who died June 29, 1855, aged 92 years. 
To this end Christ both died and rose and revived, that he might be Lord 
both of the dead and living. Rom. xiv. 9. 

92. Thomas Sharpe, who died May 12, 1802, aged 64 years. 

Elizabeth the wife of Thomas Sharpe, who died April 10, 1798, aged 63 
years. 

93. William Parsons, who died Jan. 2, 1801, aged 72 years. 

This silent grave my dust contains. 
My soul releas'd from mortal chains ; 
My weeping friends, prepare to come, 
That heaven may be our lasting home. 
Alice his wife, who died March 22, 1834, aged 79 years. 

A loving wife, a tender mother dear, 

A faithful friend, lies buried here ; 

We hope her soul is gone to rest. 

In Jesus Christ we all are blest. 



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94. Richard Boyse, who died June 9, 1766, aged 72 years. 

Dear wife, forbear to mourn or weep 
Till I have taken my heavenly sleep ; 
And when the blisfull day appear, 
I hope in Heaven to meet you their. 

95. Margett Petty wood widdo, died Nov. 3, 1704, aged 80 yeares. 

As you walk on earth so once did I ; 
Death call'd me hence and here I lye ; 
And must remain ontell ye Judgment day 
The trumpet sound and call me hence away. 

96. William the son of Robert and Sarah Frost, who died March 11, 1781, aged 

18 years. 

Decreed by God in mercy to mankind 

Our troubles are to this short life confined ; 

While weakness, pain, disease and sorrow have 

Their general quietus in the grave. 

The living never should the dead lament ; 

Death is our reward and not our punishment. 

97.* Sacred to the memory of the Revd. Mr. Thomas Spenceley, who died Dec. 

2, anno aetatis 27, salutis 171 8. 
Mrs. Mary Spenceley, reli(5l of the Revd. Mr. Thomas Spenceley, who died 

Jan. 16, 1759. 
Also Mary Spenceley, daughter of the Rev. Thomas Spenceley & Mary his 

wife, who died May 3, 1796, aged 81 years. 
Sacred to the memory of Benjamin Hands, late Captain in the Leicestershire 

Militia, who died April 9, 181 7, in the 55th year of his age, and was 

buried at Enniscorthy in Ireland. 
Sacred to the memory of Mary Hands, widow of Benjamin Hands, late 

Captain in the Leicestershire Militia, and second daughter of Thomas 

Moyle Esq., late of H . . . . in the County of Norfolk, [who died 

Nov. 1820] aged [65] years. 

*No. 97 is a large altar-shaped stone. What is printed within brackets is supplied from the 
Registers. Nos. 98, 99, 100, 101, are not now in their proper position, but have been used to 
support No. 97. S.H.A.H. 



230 INSCRIPTIONS IN CHURCHYARD. 



98. Here lyeth ye body of Mr. Richard Sillet ye elder who departed this life 

July 24 anno domini 1687 in ye 60th yeare of his age. 

99. Here lyeth ye body of Anne ye wife of Richard Sillet ye elder who departed 

this life May 29, anno domini 1671. 

100. Here lyeth ye body of Richard Sillet ye younger and son of Richard, 
Marster of Arts, who departed this life July 10, anno domini 1687, aged 
34 yeares. 

loi. [This is quite illegible.] 

102. John Gardiner died Feb. 2, 1805, aged 72 years. 
Sarah Gardiner died Feb. 15, 1837, aged 94 years. 

103. Thomas Gardiner obiit Sept. 8, 1842, aetatis 75. 

Frances wife of Thomas Gardiner obiit June 10 1847, aetatis 77. 

104. John son of William and Mary Gardiner, who died Nov. 5, 1798, aged a 

months. 

105. Rebecca Howe, who died Nov. 3, 1822, aged 82 years. 

106. Thomas Howe, who died Aug. 11, 1806, aged 29 years. 

107. Anna the wife of Richard Clark, who died Oct. i. 1745, aged 67 years. 

108. George Nelson, who dyed Aug. 31, 1692. 

Also ye bodys of George & Grace, son & daughter to George Nelson. 

109. Mary the wife of Mr. George Nelson, who [died] Dec. 19, 1722, aged 81 

years. 

no. M. S. 1779. H. S. 1729. 

[The headstone belonging to this foot stone is gone. I gather from the Register of 
Burials that these are the initials of Mary Spencer and Hugh Spencer.] 

III. John Barton, who died Jan. 3, 1774, aged 86 years. 

Also Stephen Barton, who died Feb. 3, 1774, aged 81 years. 
Though we did live old age to see, 
You in your youths may follow we ; 
And when the blessful day appear, 
I hope in heaven to meet you there. 



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112. John Frost, who died Aug. 17, 1740, aged 34 years. 

But he knoweth the way that I take ; when he hath tried me I shall come 
forth as gold. Job. xxiii. 10. 

113. Francis Frost, who died April 28, 1729, aged 29 years. 

O think on heaven & on God's mercy call, 
In early years God gave to me my fall. 

114. Ann P'rost widow, who died March 3, 1749, aged 82 years. 

Here, reader, thy days are but few. 
They pass like the morning dew ; 
Though I did live old age to see. 
Thou in thy youth may follow me. 

115. Hannah wife of Thomas Frost, who died 061. 20, 1775, aged 32 years. 

116. Thomas Byford, who died Sept. 7, 1815, aged 58 years. 
Ann his widow, who died July 20, 1843, aged 82 years. 

Also Margaret Ann, daughter of James & Susan Byford, who died June 6, 
1 84 1, aged 9 months. 

117. Thomas Evered, who died Feb. ii, 1846, aged 54 years. 

In one brief moment I was call'd away. 
And this to thee may be thy final day. 
Frederick Evered, who died June i, 1850, aged 53 years. 
In an instant I sunk neath the shadows of death. 

And eternity round me arose ; 
O reader, remember that life is a breath. 
And a breath may bring thine to a close. 

118. Thomas Murton, who died May 21, 1795, aged 80 years. 

Mary wife of Thomas Murton, who died Nov. 9, 1791, aged 80 years. 
The last enemy that shall be destroyed is death. 

iig. Thomas Murton, who died Jan. 13. 1745/6, aged 63 years. 
The world is nothing, but Heaven's all. 
The lower half of this stone is broken off and gone. 

120. Robert Potter, who died March 11, 1767, aged 65 years. 

Mary the wife of Robert Potter, who died Feb. 2, 1766 aged 67 years. 



232 INSCRIPTIONS IN CHURCHYARD. 



Farewell, vain world, I've had enough of thee, 
And now am careless what thou sayth of me ; 
Thy smiles I court not, nor thy frowns I fear, 
My cares are past, my heart lyes quiet here : 
What faults you've seen in me take care to shun. 
And look at home, enough there's to be done. 

121. Thomas Sharpe who [died] Nov. 17, 1836, aged 71 years. 
Also Mary his wife, died Dec. 6, 1846, aged 82 years. 

122. William Cater, who died Dec. 26, i860, aged 70 years. 

Also Sophia Cater his wife, who died Aug. 4, 1861, aged 70 years. 
Within this silent tomb lie buried 
The kindest parents to their children dear ; 
Great was our loss for their eternal gain, 
But hope in Heaven that we shall meet again. 

123. William Lilly, who died Nov. 23, 1859, aged 89. 

Also Hannah his wife, who died Feb. 15, 1854, ^S^^ ^6. 

And Hannah their daughter, wife of William Adams, who died July 9, 1827, 

aged 32. 

Thy will, O Lord, be done. 

124. Mary the beloved wife of William Spalding, who died March 8, 1885 in her 

66th year. 

I was in pain and sore oppressed. 
Which wore my strength away, 
And made me long for heavenly rest. 
Which never can decay. 

There is rest in Heaven. 
Also William her husband, who [died] April 5, 1899 aged 82 years. 

His end was peace. 

125. Walter son of William and Mary Spalding, who died Feb. 21 1881, in his 

32nd year. 

I've bid the world a glad farewell, 

I've done with suffering now ; 
And never more one passing grief 
Shall shade my peaceful brow. 



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126. Mary the wife of John Spalding, who died March i, 1820, aged 72 years. 
Also John Spalding died Dec. 24, 1825 aged 77 years. 

127. Sarah daughter of Robert and Elizabeth Catchpole, who died April 15, 

1839, in the 14th year of her age. 



The shorter stay I made on earth, 

The longer is my rest ; 
God took me away in early life, 

Because he thought it best. 



Grieve not for me, my parents dear, 

Nor yet be over sad ; 
The fewer years I lived on earth. 
The less the faults I had. 
128.* John Sturgeon, who died Sept. 28, 1857, aged 56 years. 

Also Elizabeth his wife, who died March 14, 1893, aged 88 years. 
129.-'' Frederick William twin son of John & Elizabeth Sturgeon, who died Jan. 2, 

1844, aged 5 months. 
130.* Michael Sturgeon, who died Aug. 19, 1824, aged 65 years. 
Also Ann his wife who died Sept. 12, 1845, aged 76 years. 
131.* In memory of two sons of John and Louisa Barwick. John Michael died 
March 8, 1826, aged 2 years : John died Sept. 16. 1836, aged 9 years. 
Secure tho' early laid in this their last retreat, 
Unheeded o'er their silent dust the storms of life shall beat. 
132.''' Jane only child of the late John Rhodes Esq. and of Hannah his wife of 
Savile house near Halifax. Deservedly beloved, deeply and tenderly 
regretted, she departed this life Dec. 8, 1826, aged 17 years. 
As for man his days are as grass ; as a flower of the field so he flourisheth ; 
for the wind passeth over it and it is gone. But thanks be to God who 
hath brought life and immortality to light through the Gospel. 
The graves in this inclosure* are those of sisters' children. 
Lasting will be the remembrance of their virtues, consoling is the hope of 
their reward. 
133." Jane Spedding, whose remains are deposited under this stone, the affec- 
tionate, beloved and only daughter of John Spedding of Mirehouse in the 
Co. of Cumberland, Esq. She died at Bury April 3, 1820, aged 17 
years. 
In the midst of life we are in death ; of whom may we seek for succour but 
of Thee, O Lord. 

*Nos. 128, 129, 130, 131, are in the same enclosure with a padlock! "Nos. 132 and 133 
are together in another enclosure. S.H.A.H. 



234 INSCRIPTIONS IN CHURCHYARD. 



134. John Gardiner, who died Dec. 27, 1822, in the 52nd year of his age. 

Praises on tombs are trifles vainly spent ; 
A man's good life is his best monument. 

135. John Gardiner who died Dec. 12, 1825, aged 16 years. 

136. Thomas Gardiner died March 8, 1841, aged 33 years. 
Also two children who died infants. 

137. The Revd. Thomas Kerrich, Recftor of this Parish 32 years, who died Jan. 

10, 1814, aged 76 years. 
And Alice his wife who died Nov. 29, 1805. 
Also Thomas their son who died Sept. 29, 1825, aged 56 years. 
And Alice their daughter who died March 30, 1835, aged 61 years. 

138. Mary Burroughs, who [died] Aug. 15, 1820, aged 67 years. 

139. Elizabeth widow of George Bramwell Esq. of London, died Jan. 27, 1841, 

set. 69. 

140. Woodward Bidwell died June 6, 1826, aged 74 years. 

Susannah his widow, third daughter of Gregory Wood Sparke of Risby, 
died July 11, 1837, aged 70 years. 

141. Woodward Bidwell of this parish, who died June 23, 1855, aged 60 years. 

142. James Bidwell: born April 7, 1790, died Aug. 20, 1865. 

143. Ann daughter of Peter and Ann Gedge died Dec. 14, 1824, aged 27 years. 
Cut down like the flower of the field she will rise again in a brighter day. 

144. Sarah wife of Thomas Rowe, who died Feb. 11, 1868, aged 65 years. 
Thomas Rowe who died Feb. 23, 1863, aged 61 years. 

My hope hath been in Thee, O Lord ; I have said, Thou art my God. 

145. Elizabeth wife of Benjamin Pryke, who died Feb. 13, 1857, aged 78 years. 

An angel saint lies here in peace. 
For here the storms of life all cease ; 
Her lot was not through life to glide, 
Her faith and patience long were tried ; 
Wave after wave secure she passed, 
And rose in triumph o'er the last. 



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146. George Frederick Morgan, who died Nov. 11, 1886, aged 21 years. 

Day by day the voice saith, Come, 
Enter thine eternal home ; 
Asking not if we can spare 
This dear soul it summons there. 
Also Sergeant Charles Albert Morgan, K.O.S. Borderers, died June 20, 
i88g, aged 33 years. 

Had he asked us, well we know 
We should cry, O spare this blow ! 
Yes, with streaming tears should pray, 
Lord we love them, let them stay. 

147. William Morgan who died June 19, 1883, aged 57 years. 

Therefore be ye also ready ; for in such an hour as ye think not the Son of 
Man cometh. 

148. Edward Drake who died Nov. 18, 1861, aged 6i years. 

Affli(5tion sore long time I bore. 

Physicians were in vain. 
Till God was pleased to give me ease, 

And free'd me from my pain. 

149. Elizabeth Mary, relict of Edward Drake, who [died] Dec. 4, 1886, aged 73 

years. 

Did ever mourner plead with Thee, 
And Thou refuse that mourner's plea ? 
Does not the word still fixed remain. 
That none shall seek thy face in vain ? 

150. James Thomas youngest son of Edward and Elizabeth Mary Drake, who 

[died] Nov. 8, 1887, aged 39 years. 

God who in his stricft decrees 

Remembers mercy still, 
Can in a moment, if he please. 

Our hearts with comfort fill. 

151. George Palmer who died June 10, 1872, aged 89 years. 

152. Isaac Cater who died Sept. 2, 1827, aged 84 years. 



236 INSCRIPTIONS IN CHURCHYARD. 

153. James Scarlin who died Nov. 5, 1825, aged 87 years. 

Susan wife of James Scarlin, who died June 14, 1844, aged 98 years. 
She thought the world was like herself sincere. 

154. William Sale died Jan. 5, 1861, aged 50 years. 

Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord. 
Ann Sale died Sept. 29, 1888, aged 79 years. 

Surely he hath borne our griefs. 

155. William Double who died Oct. 19, 1841, aged 56 years. 

156. George Farrants, born Nov. 18, 1794, died July 29, 1865. 

Also Mary his beloved wife, born May 8, 1791, died July 2, 1857. 

157. John Farrants born Aug. 19, 1851, died Dec. 29, 1875, in his 25th year. 

Afflidlion sore long time I bore. 

Physicians were in vain. 
Till Christ was pleased to give me ease, 

And rid me of my pain. 

158. Samuel Rowe who died Oct. 5, 1878 aged 67 years. 

In the solemn hour of dying, 
In the awful judgment day, 
May our souls on Thee relying 
Find Thee still our hope and stay. 

159. James Rowe who died June 30, 1881, aged 41 years. 

Watch therefore, for ye know not the hour your Lord doth come. 
Our days are like the grass, 
Or like the morning flower ; 
If one short blast sweep o'er the field. 
We perish in an hour. 

160. John Richards who [died] April 5, 1890, aged 52 years. 

Come unto Me all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you 

rest. 
Also Harriet his wife, died Feb. 9, 1892, aged 58 years. 

Thy will be done. 

161. Susan Amelia daughter of William J. and Sally Nunn, who died Dec. 19, 

1841, in the 4 year of her age. Belov'd. 



INSCRIPTIONS IN CHURCHYARD. 237 

162. James Death who died March 4, 1867, aged 70 years. 

Also Esther his wife, who died Oct. 15, 1838, aged 38 years. 

And Rebecca his second wife, who died Dec. 31, 1865, aged 72 years. 

163. Sarah Christiana wife of Samuel Mison, who died March 12, 1852, aged 65 

years. 
We saw her on her deathbed, and marked how the gloom of the opening 
grave was scattered by a hope full of immortality. 

164. Joseph Mison who died April 5, 1836, aged 33 years. 
Ann his wife who died Aug. 4, 1836, aged 38 years. 

This earth is nothing, heaven is all ; 
Death hath not hurt us by our fall ; 
Tell all our weeping friends so dear, 
We are not lost but sleeping here. 
Also four of their children who died infants. 

165. James Scarlin who died May 25, 1854 aged 85 years. 

Martha relicft of James Scarlin, who died May 11, 1859, aged 80 years. 

166. James Henry son of James Matthew and Elizabeth Scarlin, who died Sept. 

13, 1859, aged 22 years. 

167. Caroline daughter of James Matthew and Caroline Scarlin, who died Jan. 

30, 1847, aged 3 months. 

168. William Cockrill who died Feb. 12, 1855, aged [74] years. 

Also Thamar his wife, died Feb. 16, 1874, in her 78th year. R. I. P. 
Maria daughter of William and Thamar Cockrill, died April 3, 1838, aged 

3 years. 
Nathaniel son of William and Thamar Cockrill died March 18, 1859 aged 

21 years. May he rest in peace. 
Thamar daughter of William and Thamar Cockrill died March 3, 1838, aged 

8 years. 

169. Harriot the wife of William Eade, who died April 20, 1829, aged 33 years. 
Also Jane their daughter who died in her infancy. 

170. Emily wife of Henry Cater, died Dec. 12, 1863, aged 51 years. 

Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth, yea, saith the 
Spirit, that they may rest from their labours, and their works do follow 
them. 



238 INSCRIPTIONS IN CHURCHYARD. 



171. Phoebe Pryke died July i, 1897, aged 76 years. 

Also James Pryke her husband, died Nov. 20, 1888, aged 74 years, interred 

in Chedburgh churchyard. 
Also Emma Pryke their daughter, died May 30, 1886, aged 20 years. 
The Lord gave and the Lord hath taken away ; blessed be the name of the 
Lord. 

172. Susan Rampling who died Oct. 10, 1894, aged 69 years. 

Her end was peace. 

173. Elizabeth Brown who died April 22, 1886, aged 35 years. 

Our life is but a fading dawn. 

Its glorious noon how quickly past ; 
Lead us, O Christ, when all is gone 
Safe home at last. 
With Christ, which is far better. 

174. Elizabeth the beloved wife of Robert Baker, who died May 24, 1879, aged 

65 years. 

Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God. 

Also the above Robert Baker died Nov. 9, 1888, aged 70 years. 

Also in loving remembrance of two beloved children of Robert and Eliza- 
beth Baker: Elizabeth died April 27, 1874, ^S^^ ^3 years: Leonard 
George died Dec. 24, 1875, aged 22 years. 

God shall wipe all tears from their eyes, and there shall be no more death 
neither sorrow nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain. 

175. Thomas Goodchild who died Oct. 21, 1876, aged 73 years. 

The Lord gave and the Lord hath taken away ; blessed be the name of the 
Lord. 

176. Amy the beloved wife of Thomas Parker, who died Feb. 18, 1877, aged 76 

years. 
Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death I will fear no 
evil, for thou art with me. 

177. Jemima wife of John Thompson, who died March 20, 1886 aged 85 years. 

Sweet is the thought — time flies apace, 
This earth is not our resting place ; 
And sweet the promise of the Lord 
To all who love his name and word. 



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178. Fanny widow of the late John Simkin of this parish, who died June 22, 

1886, aged 84 years. 
Come unto Me all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you 
rest. 

179. Robert Wells who died Dec. 12, 1857, aged 64 years. 

Also Sarah Wells his wife, who died Feb. 10, t88o, in her 88th year. 

180. Alfred Musk who died Feb. 10, 1890, aged 26 years. 

Weep not for me, my parents dear, 
I am not dead but sleeping here ; 
I was not loved by you alone, 
My Saviour called, and I am gone. 
His end was peace. 

181. Susan Garwood who died Jan. 27, 1885, aged 55 years. 

In the hour of death and in the day of judgment, good Lord, deliver us. 
This stone is erected by her loving son Obadiah. 

182. Charlotte Marian Gay. Passed away Aug. 8, 1887. 

183. Alice Maude infant daughter of Charles Edward and Alice Barnes. Born 

Dec. 3, 1885, died March 10, 1886. 

Of such is the kingdom of Heaven. 

184. Harriet Rowe who died Sept. 27, 1894, aged 52 years. 

Not dead but gone before. Without a sigh her fetters broke, 

We scarce could say. She's gone. 
Before her ransomed spirit took 
Its mansion round the throne. 

185. Arthur George GirUng, aged 23 years, died May 13, 1886. 

186. Henry Byford who died Oct. 25, 1888, aged 21 years. 

Thy will be done. 

187. George Fryer who died Jan. 13, 1898, aged 39 years. 

Lord, thy purpose we cannot see ; 
All is well that's done by thee. 

188. John Langham who died Jan. 22, 1882, aged 69 years. 

Return unto thy rest, O my soul. 



240 INSCRIPTIONS IN CHURCHYARD. 

Also Mary his wife who died Nov. 8, i88g, in her 85th year. 
In death lamented as in life beloved. 

189. James Byford who died Jan. 23, 1888, aged 83 years. 

Susannah wife of James Byford, who died Aug. 8, 1876 aged 75 years. 

Thy will be done. 

190. John Sargent who died Oct. 26, 1877, aged 73 years. 

Also Charlotte his wife, who died May 22, 1883, aged 78 years. 

191. Elizabeth Bowers who died July g, 1895, aged 79 years. 

I know that my Redeemer liveth. For ever with the Lord. 

192. Matilda Leech who died May 23, 1896, aged 76 years. 

Hope ; though thy dear ones round thee die, 
Behold with faith's illumined eye 
Their blissful home beyond the sky ; 
Abound in Hope. 
Also Ellen her daughter, who died May 23, 1876, aged 21 years. 

193. Hannah Wallace who died Sept. 5, 1884, aged 69 years. 

Thy will be done. 

194. Emma the beloved wife of John Eley, who [died] April 10, 1884, aged 60 

years. 

Her end was peace. 

195. James Matthew Scarlin died Dec. 14, 1890, aged 80 years. 
Eliza Ann Scarlin died July 6, 1893, aged 57 years. 
Caroline Scarlin died June 2, 1884, aged 68 years. 
Agnes Mary Scarlin died Feb. 15, 1873, aged 17 years. 

Mary Octavia Scarlin died Sept. 16, 1873, aged 16 years. R.I. P. 

196. Gwennie dearly loved daughter of Samuel and Carrie Cook. Born Jan. 5, 

1895. Died Jan. 26, 1896. 

Lost awhile our treasured love, 
Gain'd for ever safe above. 

197. Charles Sale who died May 18, 1888, aged 4 years & 2 months. 

Suffer little children to come unto Me. 

198. William Foster who died Oct. 24, 1868, aged 57 years. 

In the hour of death and in the day of Judgment, Good Lord, deliver us. 



INSCRIPTIONS IN CHURCHYARD. 241 

igg. George Thomas son of George and Jane Rolfe, who died Dec. i. 1871, aged 
21 years. 
Them also which sleep in Jesus will God bring with him. 

200. Percy Michael Edwards. Born July 6, 1879. Died Nov. 8, 1893. R-I.P- 

201. Edward Crack. Born April 18, 1837. Died July 31, 1897. 

Be ye therefore ready also ; for the Son of Man cometh at an hour when ye 
think not. 

202. Edward Crack who died May 14, 1875, aged 79 years. 
In the midst of life we are in death. 

203. John Thompson who died Oct. 24, 1873, aged 73 years. 

To Jesus go, if happiness you crave, 
The joy he gives endures beyond the grave ; 
Then thoughts of dying will not give you pain, 
Secure in Him to die will be your gain. 

204. George Cater who died Sept. 21, 1871, aged 56 years. 

The Lord gave and the Lord hath taken away ; blessed be the name of the 
Lord. 

205. John Green who died Oct. 23, 1871, aged 57 years. 
In the midst of life we are in death. 

206. John Henry youngest son of John and Harriet Green and late of the Royal 

Artillery, who after a service of 12 years in India died April 20, 1875, 
aged 29 years. 

207. William Edwards who died May 12, 1865, aged 67 years. 
Also Mary Ann his wife who died Jan. 20, 1886, aged 83 years. 
Mary Ann Edwards died March 6, 1865, aged 29 years. 
Edward Edwards died March 8, 1890, aged 52 years. 

208. William Jones who died at the Shrubbery, Horringer, July 17, 1865, aged 

69 years. 
In the midst of life we are in death. 

209. General Sir James Simpson, G.C.B., Colonel 29th Regiment, who departed 

this life April 18, 1868, after a service of nearly 60 years, aged 76. 

Q 



242 INSCRIPTIONS IN CHURCHYARD. 



210. John Cornell died Nov. 3, 1887, aged 90 years. 

Also Mary Ann his wife died Oct. 13, 1871, aged 81 years. 
Emily their daughter died Feb. 18, 1875, aged 48 years. 
And what I say I say unto you all, Watch. 

211. John Fowler Dove of the Hopleys in this parish. Born Oct. 20, 1787, 

Died Oct. 17, 1866. 
This monument is erected by his sorrowing widow Elizabeth, who died July 
12, 1876, aged 88 

212. Mary Ann Last who died July 28, 1881, aged 38 years. 

Go home, my friends, and shed no tears, 

I must be here till Christ appears ; 

Long was my pain, short was my rest, 

Christ took me when he thought it best. 
Her end was peace. 

This stone is erected in affectionate remembrance by her late fellow servants 
at Nevill Holt. 

213. General Sir Charles Ellice, G.C.B. Born May 10, 1823. Died Nov. 12 

1888. 

214. James Boreham. Born June 4, 1810. Died April 2, 1898. 

Also Mary Boreham. Born May 5, 1819. Died March 30, 1898. 

God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes, and there shall be no more 

death neither sorrow nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain, for 

the former things are passed away. 

215. Jane Rolfe who [died] July 6, 1891, aged 73 years. 
Come unto me, ye weary, and I will give you rest. 

Christ will gather in his own 
To the place where he is gone ; 
Where their heart and treasure lie, 
Where our life is hid on high. 
Also George Farrants Rolfe her husband, who died Dec. 18, 1898, aged 85 
years. 

216. Mary Ann Hunt who died July 13, 1894, ^.ged 79 years. 
With Christ, which is far better. 



INSCRIPTIONS IN CHURCHYARD. 243 

217. Mary Cater who died April 27, 1884, in the 94th year of her age. 
Her end was peace. 

218. Rebecca Rolfe who died April 17, 1887, aged 60 years. 
Sarah Rolfe who died Sept. 24, 1888, aged 71 years. 

Mary Ann Foster their sister, widow of William Foster, who died March 

31, 1890, aged 78 years. 
Be thou faith-ful unto death, and I will give thee a crown of life. 

219.''' In loving memory of George Brown who died March 21, 1870, aged 57 
years. 
Also of Susan Brown his widow, who died Oct. 30, i8g8, aged 72 years. 
In the midst of life we are in death. 

220''' George Garwood died July 4, 1898, aged 58 years. 

Also Caroline his daughter who died Dec. 22, 1898 aged 33 years. 
Just as I am without one plea 
But that thy blood was shed for me, 
And that thou bidst me come to thee, 
O Lamb of God, I come. 

* These 2 stones, 219 and 220, were put up after [ had copied the inscriptions on all the others 
and just at the moment of sending these sheets to the printer. Otherwise their numbers according 
to their position would have been 171 and 191 respectively. 



244 CHURCH RATES. 



Appendix IV. 



Church Rates— i693, i699. 



The parish chest in Horringer Church not only contains no medieval accounts, 
hut is also very poorly furnished loith those records, rates, and accounts of the last 
two centuries lohich most jjarislies possess, and lohich often throio much light upon 
what ivas done and how and lohen. 

There is a volume containing only the barest summary of lohat was received and 
what spent every year by the Churchiuardens from 1723 to 1842. This volume 
contains the signatures of those loho loere present at each annual Easter vestry 
diiring that time, and the names of the churchwardens who zvere then appointed. 
Two questmen loere also appointed at each Easter vestry as tvell as two church- 
ivardens. No questmen seern to have been ajopointed after 1765. Questmen are in 
some iMrishes called sidesmen. Other parish books have I presume got into private 
hands, and either wrongfully remain tliere or have been lost. 

There are tivo jneces of jMrcJi.vtrnt, both imjjerfect, containing portions of rates 
7nade in 1693 and 1699 respectively. These I print here. The later one is the least 
imperfect. The original manuscript gives in parallel columns what each man's rate 
is at a farthing in the pound and ivhat he actually has to pay lohen that rate is 
multiplied by 5 or 20 as the case may he. I have omitted the former column, which 
of course in the one rate is one-fifth and in the other rate is one-twentieth of the 
column which I have given. In the heading to the rate "doubled" mea?is multiplied. 
Lady Gipps toho heads the list pays for Little Horringer Hall. She was the ividoiv 
of Sir Bichard Gipps. John Eiven tvlio conies next pays for Great Horringer Hall, 
which then belonged to the Jermyns of Bushhrook, whose tenant he was. The Lucas 
fainily pay for Horsecroft, which they then oioned. What the college was for tvhich 
they pay I knoio not. It loas pirohably some medieval religious house tvhich had been 
abolished at the Beformatiou, and it may be the College Farm in the Horringer of 
to-day. 



CHURCH RATES. 



245 



Horringshearth. August 31. 1693. A rate made there by Mr. Thomas Covell 
and William Harrington, Churchwardens, with the assistance and approba- 
tion of the rest of the Inhabitants of Horringshearth aforesaid at a farthing 
in the pound for every man's estate, and the rate to be doubled five times for 
reimburseing the moneys by them expended. 



The Lady Gipps for parte of Little Horringshearth 

The same for the remainder late in the use of Parker 

John Ewen for the Hall farme 

William Wyard for Newhaugh closses & feild land ... 

The same for land late Josias Wrights 

The same for Bury land 

The same for Bury towne land late James Wyard ... 

James Wyard jun. for Buxhall late Will : Wyard ... 

John Wiseman for William Wyard 

James Wyard sen. 

The same for Hosteler yard 

William Lucas Esq. for Horsecroft house, Wallnutt tree pightell, little 

Bunton's maple, Ladymans close, Dovehouse closse, Watts grove 

and great Bunton's maple 
The same for lands late John Godfrey 

The same for 3 closses & ye long closse late Widow Whites 
The same for Richard Hernsbyes 
The same for Hopley meadow late Robert Custone .. 
Phillip Parker for Capt : Lucas Uayre farm 
The same for the Deane land 

Thomas Smith of Bury for Wrights closse & mead... 
Edward Parker late Richard Edgley 
Dr. Lucas for the Colledge 
The same for Whitshall wood 
The same for little Hopley 
The same for the remainder of great Hopley 
Margarite White of Bury for Dr. Lucas Lynckes ... 
The same for ye Stubb wood between Whitshall & ye Parke 
John Crouch for Dr. Lucas at the Road ... 



s. 


d. 


3 


9 


15 





10 


10 




10 




1\ 




5 




71 




3f 


2 


I 


I 


10^ 




6i 


2 


I 




10 


2 


I 




8| 




6i 


2 


7k 


I 


oi 


2 


I 




6i 


3 


li 


I 


oi 




2i 


I 


5* 


2 


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10 




6i 



246 



CHURCH RATES. 



Edmond Hallock for Dr. Lucas late Kedmore 

The same for Stubbings 

Mrs. Mary Nelson for Dr. Lucas next ye parsonage 

The same for Mrs. Goodricks 

The same for the Widow Welhams 

The same for William Lilly late Will : Wyard 

Thomas Goldsmith jun for Mrs. Nelsons ... 

The remainder is torn off. 



10 
loi 

8f 
10 

6i 



Horninger. Com : Suff: 1699. A rate there made Aug. 18, 1699, by Thomas 
Covell gen : and John Wiseman, churchwardens, with the assistance and 
approbation of the rest of the inhabitants of Horninger aforesaid at a farthing 
in the pound for every man's estate, and the rate to be doubled twenty times, 
for reimburseing the money by them expended, as followeth : 

£ 

John Rolfe for the Lady Gipps ... ... ... ... ... 3 

John Ewen for the Hall farme ... ... ... ... ... 2 

James Wyard sen : 

The same for Hosteler yard 

Capt : William Lucas Esq. for Horsecroft house, Wallnut tree pightell, 

Ladymans closse, Dovehouse closse, httle Buntons maple and 

Sparrow land 
The same for the three wood closses 
The same for Whitsall wood late Dr. Lucas 
The same for the remaynder of greate Hopley 
John Heme for Capt : Lucas Daire farme ... 
The same for Wrights closse & ye mead late in Smiths use 
Thomas Chinnery for Watts grove & greate Buntons maple 
The same for Mr. Adamsons late Capt : Lucas 
The same for Mr. Adamsons at Horscroft... 
The same for Thomas Dearsons land 

The same for two peeces of feild land belonging to ye Daire 
The same for land late in Godfreys use 
John Lyng for Capt. Lucas late in Parker's use 



s. 

15 
3 
7 
2 



II 
6 
2 

10 

10 
4 
9 

II 

9 

10 
10 

ID 
I 



CHURCH RATES. 



247 



Thomas Wiseman for Capt. Lucas Colledge late Dr. Lucas 
The same for feild land late William Wyard 
Francis Frost for the house at the Roade ... 
The same for little Hopley 

Thomas Ford for the long closse late Dr. Lucas 
John Crouch of Bury for Capt. Lucas L. pickle. 
The same for the Stubb wodes next the parke 
William Hempsted for Mr. Woodruffe late Capt. Lucas 
Henry Cornell for Thomas Wiseman late Dr. Lucas 
The same for Stebbings late Dr. Lucas 
John Wiseman for Capt. Lucas next the Parsonage 
Mrs. Mary Nelson for Mr. Goodricke 
The same for Widow Welham ... 
The same for William Lilly late William Wyard 
The same for land late Thomas Chinnerys 
Thomas Goldsmith jun : for Mrs. Nelsons 
William Covell gen. for his owne Pakenham & Lord Jermins 
Thomas Covell gen. for lands in his hands 
William Wyard for his farme 
The same for Bury Towne land ... 
John Laite for the gravill pitt 
Thomas Goldsmith sen. for Mr. Thomas Covells 
Mr. John Kittle, Mrs. Frost for Mr. Robert Kedingtons 

The rest is torn off. 



lands 



12 
I 
2 



10 

10 

8 4 

3 4 

2 II 

6 8 

3 4 

7 6 

2 II 

3 4 



2 
2 
I 

I 15 

I 14 
II 

4 
2 
I 

6 



248 PERAMBULATION OF HORRINGER. 

Appendix V. 



Perambulation of Horringer. 



This account of the hounds of Horringer is ivritten in yencil in a note book which 
is in the parish chest. Apparently it was scribbled as the perambulation loas going 
on. The date of it would appear to be early in this pi'esent century. The chitrch- 
warde7is' accounts shoiu that there was a perambulation of the parish made in 1821. 
Possibly it loas scribbled then. I presume that the starting point " the 1st planta- 
tion in the park" is the grove that lies across the footpath that leads from Horringer 
gate to Ickworth Lodge, half way betiveen the tivo. From thence they proceeded 
across the present cricket ground, which sce^ns to be partly in Ickioorth and partly in 
Horringer. The pond and {I think) the marked tree near the cricket ground are still 
there. The pestle that they came to soon afterivards must be what is noio a wood 
called Pestle wood. Bayard's meadoio, reached soon afterivards, deserves a word of 
explanation. 

In an old Ickworth parish rate-book of the last century I have noticed that that 
part of the stream wliich floivs near Bayard's meadoio is called Bayard's ivater. 
Bayard was an old English word meaning originally a bay horse, afterioards any 
horse. Bayard's loater must mean the horses' loatering place.-'- And as the high 
road from Bury to Chevington j^assed by this spot, and the blacksmith's shop 
formerly stood here, it is easy to see the possibility of the suitability of the name. 

Lady Gipps' road inust he a road leading to Little Hor7'inger Hall. I have not 
exactly identified the acre called Gospel acre, nor do I knoiu lohy the Gospel loas 
read there. There are several Gospel oaks in the country, lohich luere 7nark or 
boundary oaks ivhere the Gospel was read at perambulations. In Walker's " Sujfer- 
ings of the Clergy" we read that Mr. Bond, Vicar of Debenham, loas sequestred in or 

*Bayswater in London is believed to be <i corruption of Bayard's water. Notes & Queries, 
Ser. viii. Vol. 12. 8er. ix. Vol. L 



PERAMBULATION OF HORRINGER. 249 

about 1644 "for observing the orders and rules of the Church, reading part of a 
Gospel at the cross in a perambulation," etc. p. 209. 

Foaming Sea is still so called, being where the brook goes under the road 
(Foulter's Lane) between Horringer and Ghedburgh. That brook afterwards enters 
IckiDorth park and flows through it, coming out of it near Barjard's meadow, and 
flowing on to Bury. 

Starting mark an oak in the ist plantation in the park H, bear N.W., mark 
a tree opposite the pond, the pond on the right, mark a post in the park pales, 
cross the ley to a style, mark a tree, turn to the right, cross the pestle to a pollard, 
last but one marked, turn west down the pestle to Bayards meadow, mark a tree, 
thro the hedge into the meadow, point to the brook, mark an oak tree, leave 2 
trees on the left, thro' the hedge into the open field, brook on the left by the road 
halfway up i6a, mark in the ground on the right hand, turn down to Westley 
bottom, cross mark in the ground at the bottom, turn to the right sharp, mark in 
the ground to the right of the cross road, cross the bottom, take in all the Westley 
bottom to the top of Chalk hill, ground mark, turn to the right upon the ridge, at 
the end turn to left 4 rod, turn to the right 10 rod, turn to the right up the hill, 
mark on the mear, turn to the right at the end at Westly road, to a mark on the 
mear at the cross roads, turn to the right, turn to the right at the road to Saxham 
to a white post, mark in the ground, cross the bottom to Gosple acre, mark in the 
ground, up to Lady Gipps road, read the Gospel, mark in the ground 2 rod beyond 
B [Bury] bounds, turn to the right up the land, towards the mill, to the road to 
Horringer hall, turn to right 4 rod, mark, turn to the left down the meres, mark 
close to Bury road above the stone, 4 rodd, down to the stone, thro the hedge 
cross Nunns 20 acres up to Bury post on the road to Hargate [Hardwick] heath, 
leave the post on the right 12 rod, mark on the right of the road, half the road in 
B., down to cross road, turn to the right towards Horsecroft to the stone, turn to 
the left, cross the land, mark in the ground 6 rod to the right of Bury stone, turn 
to the right, leave the hedge on the left, over stile, mark a tree in Millers field, 
thro 3 of Millers field, turn to the right down the lane to the stile on the left, over 
the stile to a stile to J. Nunns, mark a tree, cross the park to J. Nunns house, 
pass between the house and backhouse close to the dwelling house thro a gate into 
the rack yard between the house and the stable, leave the barns on the left, take 
in a cart lodge, over the hedge into a pasture, mark a tree at the end of a ditch, 



250 PERAMBULATION OF HORRINGER. 

leave the pond on the left, mark a syccamine, into the road, cross Gags Green, 
mark a timber oak, cross the road, mark in the ground, over hedge into a field 
J. Nun, mark a tree ash, mark an oak at the [sic] of a plantation, go at the head 
of Horsecroft lands, take in Hawsted grove, cross the drift to Hawsted place, 
mark a sycamine, into a triangle peice, turn to left over a stile beside the Whep- 
stead road, mark a tree, over into the road, under the hedge to an oak tree the 
corner of a plantation, cross the road under the hedge on the right, turn the corner 
into the lane to a post, over the left into Whymark field, mark an ash, leave the 
pond on the left, lane on the right, cross at a stile, ground mark in the lane, down 
the lane to a gate into a field, mark a pollard 4 rod from the gate, leave the wood 
to the right, mark a tree, into the wood, cross the wood to a [?] , go by the head 
of the land to foaming sea, marked a maple up the road, turn into the grove at a 
marked post, cross into the glade up it, into the park thro the great gate to a 
timber marked, turn to the left to the brick kiln, leave the brick kiln on the left, 
marked a tree near the corner of the park pales, cross [to] the marked tree from 
whence we began. 



RECTORS OF HORRINGER. 251 



Appendix VI. 



The Rectors of Horringer. 



Mr. Gage in his History of Thingoe Hundred gives a list of the Sectors of Great 
and Little Horringer. But finding some errors in his list I have had a fresh one 
made out from the Institution books in the Diocesan Begistry at Norwich. All the 
Bectors of both Horringers before 1550 loere presented by the Abbot of Bury, except- 
ing James Hert in 1484. 

Of the pre-Beformation rectors there is not much to be said. In many cases 
their names shoio some village with which they had some family or personal con- 
nection. Barton, Battisford, Elmswell, are villages m Sujfolk ; Tottington, Drayton, 
Saham Toney, Lexham, are in Norfolk ; Lowthorpe is in Yorkshire. The only name 
among the early ones which is from a trade and not from a place is that of Bichard 
Ic Sauser in 1305. I know not what trade that may be unless it is a bit of care- 
less writing for Chaucer, which is thought to represent the Norman-French xoord for 
shoemaker. The grandfather of Chaucer the poet is believed to have been a Bobert 
Chaucer of Ipsioich, whose widow married a probable cousin, Bichard Chaucer. 
(Diet : Nat : Biog :) 

Short accounts of some of the Bectors loill be found in the Biographical Notes at 
the end of this volume. 

The title " afostolicus " applied to John of Lexham in 1874 is believed to imply 
that he had been on a mission of some kind to Borne. 

Those of whom it is said '^ primam habens tonsuram clericalem" are called 
'^shavelings" by Blomefield, having as yet only been admitted to the first tonsure. 



252 



RECTORS OF HORRINGER. 



The dates 1535 and 1548 are both given as the date of the union of the two 
Horringers. Probably the first date is that of a temporary union, and the latter date 
is that of a permanent one. The site of Little Horringer Church is known, and I 
pres2cme that its foundations are still in the ground, and its dead still lie lohere they 



In 1836 the Archdeaconry of S^idbury was transferred from the diocese of 
Norivich to that of Ely. After the death of Mr. Hasted in 1852 tJie parishes of 
Horringer and Ickworth tvere united. 

RECTORS OF LITTLE HORRINGER. 

Magister Ricardus, dictus le Sauser, acolitus. 

Robertus de Louthorp, subdiaconus. 

Willelmus de Draghtone, subdiaconus. 

Johannes de Lexham, apostolicus. 

Magister Johannes Brumpton de Elmeswell, primam 
habens tonsuram clericalem. 

Andreas Bomond, presbyter, (on resignation of Brump- 
ton). 

Johannes Goldyng, presbyter. 

Johannes Maggard, presbyter. 

Johannes Kyng, presbyter. 

Thomas Umfray, presbyter, (on resignation of Kyng). 

Edmundus Qwysson, (on resignation of Umfray). 

Thomas Hermer, (exchanged with Aldborough, on resig- 
nation of Qwysson). 
17 Nov. 1446. Bernardus Kele, presbyter, (on resignation of Hermer). 

15 Jan. 1455/6. Thomas Grene, presbyter, (on resignation of Kele). 

31 May. 1462. Thomas Cook, capellanus, (on resignation of Grene). 

7 Aug. 1467. Averedus Masse, presbyter, (on resignation of Cook). 
5 May 1472. Edmundus Boland, presbyter. 

2 Dec. 1484. Jacobus Hert. Presented by the Bishop. 

27 June 1494. Robertus Faunderoy, in jure Baccal : presbyter. 

I Aug. 1506. Philipus Adeson. 

8 Oct. 1510. Arthurus Leftwich. 



8 Ides Oct. 1305. 
6 Ides Nov. 1317. 

10 Kal : March 1331. 

9 Jan. 1373/4- 
12 Jan. 1376/7. 

22 Feb. 1387/8. 

Penult: Feb. 1387/8. 

11 May 1433. 
6 Feb. 1433/4. 

27 July. 1436. 
19 Dec. 1436. 

28 March, 1441. 



RECTORS OF HORRINGER. 253 

8 Feb. 1514/5. Robertus Bataile. 

I April 1 51 8. Rogerus Fynds, in decretis Baccalaureus, (on resignation 

of Bataile). 

18 April 15 19. Willelmus Brereton, (on resignation of Roger Feneaux). 
5 Jan. 1524/5. Thomas Lewen, capellanus, (on death of Brereton). 

On Nov. 20, 1535, Thomas Lewen resigned Little Horringer and it was 

united to Great Horringer for the life of its then 
Rector, John Griffith alias Getto. 

RECTORS OF GREAT HORRINGER. 

Kal : May, 1300. Johannes de Barton. 

Circa 1326. Thomas de Totyngton. 

Kal : Oct : 1333. Johannes Wyth de Draughton, acolitus. 

14 June 1349. Magister Johannes de Batesford, primam habens ton- 

suram clericalem. 

4 Jan. 1357/8. Ricardus Gegh de Saham Tony, primam habens tonsu- 

ram clericalem. 
26 Sept. 1393. Magister Nicholas Hethe, acolitus. 

25 July 1394. Johannes Gillyng, canonicus ecclesiae collegiatae Sancti 

Audr : in Aukland, et prebendarius prebendae de 

Morley in eadem villa. (An exchange on resignation 

of Hethe.) 

19 Jan. 1421/2. Magister Henricus Burghwasch, presbyter, (on resigna 

tion of Gilling). 

22 Sept. 1425. Roger Philpot, (on resignation of Burghwasch, an ex- 

change with Cogeshall). 

28 Nov. 1425. Robertus Potter, (on resignation of Philpot, an exchange 

with Bergh cum Apton capella). 

13 July 1440. Willielmus Cote, LLB, (on death of Potter). 

28 Oct. 1448. Dominus Thomas Coote, presbyter, (on resignation of 

William Coote). 

21 May 1504. Dominus Willelmus Tomlin, prior Domus Sancti 

Johannis Evang : in Cantabrig :, (on resignation of 
Thomas Coote). 

5 May 1520. Thomas Reve ahas Noille, (on resignation of Tomlin). 



254 



RECTORS OF HORRINGER. 



1 Sept. 1528. 

RECTORS OF 

2 April 1558. 

23 Nov. 1581. 

10 Dec. 1581. 

13 March. 1615/6. 

— — 1629. 

24 July 1662. 

19 June 1683. 

19 June 1725. 
24 Feb. 1758. 

3 Feb. 1767. 

14 May. 1784. 

20 April. 1814. 



Johannes Griffith, capellanus, (on resignation of Reve 
alias Newell. 

GREAT AND LITTLE HORRINGER. 

Johannes Harrison, presbyter, on death of John Griffith 
alias Getto. Presented by Ambrose Jermyn. 

Thomas Clerk,* clericus, on death of Harrison. Pre- 
sented by Thomas Sackville, Lord Buckhurst, by 
grant from Thomas, Lord Paget, patron. 

Thomas Rogers, clericus, on death of last incumbent. 
Presented by Queen Elizabeth. 

William Bedell, S.T.B., on death of Rogers. Presented 
by Sir Thomas Jermyn. 

Robert Goodrick.f 

Laurence Womack, S.T.P. Presented by Sir Thomas 
Jermyn. 

Thomas Smyth, on resignation of Womack. Presented 
by Robert Sharpe, patron for this turn. 

John Symonds A.M., on death of Smyth. Presented by 
Sir Jermyn Davers. 

John French, on death of Dr. Symonds. Presented by 
Sir Robert Davers. 

George Rogers B.A. on death of Mr. French. Pre- 
sented by Sir Charles Davers. 

Thomas Kerrich L.L.B. on Mr. Rogers' cession. Pre- 
sented by Sir Charles Davers. 

Henry Hasted M.A. on death of Mr. Kerrich. Pre- 
sented by Fred : Will : Earl of Bristol. 



* I strongly suspect that this Thomas Clerk had no real existence, but is the same man as 
Thomas Rogers, clerk, who is next in the list. He may have been instituted twice over in 
consequence of some doubt as to who was patron. 

f Mr. Fred. Johnson, who has made these lists for me, tells me that Goodrick's institution 
is not in the books at Norwich, but that he has supplied his name from the Institution books 
at the Record Office in London. Goodrick was buried in Sept., 1660, so that the living seems 
to have been vacant for nearly 2 years. 



RECTORS OF HORRINGER. 255 



24 Dec. 1852. Arthur Charles Hervey, on death of Mr. Hasted. Pre- 

sented by himself as patron for the turn. 

1869. Richard Burgess, on the resignation of Lord Arthur 

Hervey. Presented by the Crown. 

^^^^' Arthur Linzee Chatterton Heigham, on the death of Dr. 

Burgess. Presented by the Marquis of Bristol. 

^^^3- James Giddens, on the resignation of Mr. Heigham. 

Presented by the Marquis of Bristol. 



256 POLL TAX PAYERS. 



Appendix VI I . 



Poll Tax Payers of i381 



In the year 1380 Parliament determined to obtain funds by means of a poll tax. 
Three groats or twelve pence were to be paid for every lay person male and female of 
15 years and upivards, beggars only excepted. Each township had to find as many 
shillings as it contained residents over 15 years of age. Bnt within certain limits the 
rich were to pay more than the poor. The limits were that no one should pay more 
than 60 groats nor less than one groat for himself and his wife. This tax was very 
unpopidar and caused a rising of the peasantry. An account of this rising so far as 
it affected the East of England has lately been written by Mr. Edgar Powell,'^ and in 
an appendix he has given lists of those who paid the tax in about 50 Suffolk villages. 
From this book I take the names of those who paid in Great and Little Horringer. 
It gives us the names of all the people in the two parishes just 200 years before the 
Registers begin. From it ive see that there was no resident gentleman, the lord of 
both manors being the Abbot of Bury. There is one farmer, one draper, two 
carpenters, and the rest are labourers and serfs. It is possible that there may have 
been some who somehow avoided payment, and so are not in this list. In Great 
Horringer there were 53 persons of 15 years and upwards, and so they paid 53 shillings 
between them; in Little Horringer there were 21, and so they paid 21 shillings. In 
the original Poll tax document Horny ngesherth is the form which the name takes. 

* The Rising in East Anglia in 1381, by Edgar Powell, 1896. I have taken my descrip- 
tion of the Poll tax from this work. Mr. Powell's lists are made out from the original docu- 
ments in the Public Kecord Office in London. 



POLL TAX PAYERS. 



257 



GREAT HORRINGER. 



Robertus Gobet, draper, 
Alicia uxor ejus 
Michael Goss, carpenter, 
Alicia uxor ejus 
Robertus Prest, carpenter 

LABORATORES. 

Johannes Dane 
Alicia uxor ejus 
Johannes Brycete 
Johanna uxor ejus 
Galfridus Wepstede 
Agneta uxor ejus 
Johannes Bare 
Isabella uxor ejus 
Thomas Coupere 
Margeria uxor ejus 
Symon Jent 
Benedictus Knyth 
Johanna uxor ejus 
Willelmus Brend 
Johanna uxor ejus 
Johannes Busschop 
Cristina mater ejus 
Alanus Noble 
Katerina uxor ejus 
Nichoiaus Gandawe 
Johanna uxor ejus 



s. d. 

3 o 

2 4 

I o 



2 o 

2 O 

2 4 

2 O 

1 O 

2 O 
2 O 
2 4 
2 8 
2 O 



SERVIENTES. 



Johannes Alysawe 
Johanna Fyssche 
Robertus Boyler 
Adam Godefrey 
Katerina uxor ejus 
Edmundus Kynch 
Johannes Godefrey 
Johannes Ryngedale 
Robertus Asscheman 
Thomas Brend 
Willelmus Godefrey 
Ricardus Goos 
Johannes Newhawe 
Matilda Lewote 
Margeria Lewote 
Thomas Rose 
Agneta Rungeton 
Johannes Clerk 
Thomas Blok 
Agneta uxor ejus 
Willelmus Driwer 
Johanna uxor ejus 
Johannes Pypere 
Thomas Clenewalle 
Johannes Pye 
Margeria uxor ejus 
Robertus Godefrey 



s. d. 



1 2 





... I 







8 




8 
























8 




























2 o 

I o 

1 o 

2 O 



Summa nonimum LIIL 
Summa denariorum LI 1 1 s. 



258 



POLL TAX PAYERS. 





LITTLE 


HORRINGER. 






AGRICOLA. 






SERVIENTES. 










s. 


d. 




s. 


d. 


Johannes Lacford 




2 
2 


o 


Robertus Hermer 




o 


Emma uxor ejus 







Rosia uxor ejus 















Thomas Lacford 




o 


LABORATORES. 






Caterina uxor ejus 




o 


Rosia le Smyth 






o 


Johannes Goldynge jun 




o 


Alicia Hermer 






o 


Matilda Goldynge 




o 


Emma Hermer 




.. 


6 


Rogerus Gardiner 




o 


Johannes Goldynge 




I 





Johannes Rudham 




o 


Sabina uxor ejus 






o 


Margeria uxor ejus 




o 


Emma Goldynge 




I 


4 








Thomas Pulrose 




. 


4 








Alicia uxor ejus 




. 


4 








Johannes Aubry 




. I 


o 








Emma Dun 




^ 


8 









Summa personarum XXL 
Summa denariorum XXI s. 



■HH 



DOMESDAY BOOK. 259 



Appendix VIII. 



Domesday Book. 



Having in the last Appendix gone back 200 years bejore the Registers begin and 
shown how the population of Horringer was made up in 1381 , I must go back another 
300 years from then and show how it was made up in 1081 or thereabouts. 
Apparently at that time it had not yet been divided into two parishes, though it was 
so not long afterwards. This is what Domesday book says of it. The first of the two 
following paragraphs shows the land in Horringer held under the Abbot of Bury ; 
the second shows the land held under Richard son of Earl Gislebert. 

1. At Horningsworda St. Edmund held in King Edward's time 4 carrucates of 
land as a manor. There were always 3 villani, and 15 bordarii : always 4 
plough teams in demesne, and always 5 plough teams belonging to the men : 
always 7 servi, and 3 acres of meadow ; wood for 5 hogs : and now 5 rouncies, 
and now 14 beasts, and 30 hogs and 45 sheep; and 15 socmen with a carucate 
of land and a bordarius; always 4 plough teams. These men are under the 
Saint [Abbey] by sac and soc and all that is customary, and they could not 
give or sell the land without the Abbot's licence. A church with 6 acres of 
free land. Then this manor was worth 6 pounds, now 8. It is g quarentenes 
long and 8 broad ; and pays 20 pence in gelt. Others have holdings there. 

2. In Horningeserda a socman under Wisgar with 20 acres and 2 bordarii. 
Always i plough team, and worth 4 shillings. 

In these two paragraphs I have mainly used the translation made by Lord jfohn 
Hervey for his privately printed Suffolk Domesday. A few Latin terms I have left 
untranslated. Possibly the two paragraphs foreshadow the two Horringers. 

In the first paragraph we seem to see a population of 3 villani {servile tenants), 
and 15 bordarii {cottagers), and 7 servi {bondsmen or serfs) as being there in the time 
of King Edward the Confessor, A.D. 1042 to 1066 : and in 1086 when the Domesday 
survey was made 15 socmen are mentioned and (apparently) 15 bordarii. 

In the second paragraph we see a socman and 2 bordarii. 

Rouncies are ponies. A quarentene is a furlong. A carucate is the variable 
amount of land that may be tilled by one plough. 



26o SUBSCRIBERS TO THE SUFFOLK SHIP. 



Appendix IX. 



Subscribers to the Suffolk Ship. 



A general meeting of the County of Suffolk was called by the High Sheriff 
and held at Stowmarket on Aug. 5, 1782, at which it was resolved ''That the 
County of Suffolk sensible of the inferiority of the naval force of Great Britain compared 
with that of other European poivevs with whom we are at war, do undertake by voluntary 
subscriptions to build a man of war of 74 guns for the service of the public." This plan 
was taken up with great warmth. Over ;^40oo was promised in the room, Lord 
Bristol (Bishop of Derry) heading the list with £1000. A committee was 
appointed to receive subscriptions, and £ig,^^b was promised. Nearly all this 
came from the County, but there were a few subscriptions from outside. Among 
these was ;^6oo from the clergy of the diocese of Derry. It is evident that the 
Bishop of Derry had taken up the idea warmly, which had been first proposed by 
his brother-in-law Sir Charles Davers. The Rev. Dr. Young writing to his 
brother Arthur at Bradfield says. When your silly Suffolk scheme of building a ship 
was first mentioned to Lord Keppel, he said, If they could find him seamen he should he 

obliged to them, for he had ten more ships ready if he had seamen to put into them 

If your Suffolk gentry woidd take care of their own duty and suppress the smuggling on their 
coast, it would be well. [Autohiog : of A. Young, p. 108.) Lord Keppel, however, 
appears to have promised ;^30o. The scheme was attacked in the " Bury Post " 
by some very long letters from Mr. Capel Lofft of Troston, while Mr. Arthur 
Young wrote to defend it. Lord North is said to have approved of it, while Mr. 
Fox condemned it as illegal. Peace being soon afterwards declared the scheme 
came to nothing. 

The promised subscriptions were printed by parishes. From a copy in the 
Library of the Suffolk Archaeological Institute at Bury I take the subscriptions 
that were promised from Ickworth and Horringer. Dr. Knowles who was then 
Redlor of Ickworth promised ten guineas, which comes under Chedburgh. 



SUBSCRIBERS TO THE SUFFOLK SHIP. 



261 



HORRINGER. 



Rev. George Rogers 
Mr. William Brookes 

— D. Miller 

— Isaac Brookes 

— Robert Frost 

— Drew sen. 

— Thomas Elsden 

— Edward Drew jun. 
Mrs. Scarfe 

— Dubble 
Miss Chaplyn 

— Crick 

Rev. Thomas Kerrich 
Mrs. Goodchild 

— Evered 
Mr. John Elden 
Mr. Edward Nunn 
Mr. William Seaber 



£ 


s. 


d. 


10 


10 





5 


5 





I 


I 





9 










10 


6 


5 


5 





I 


II 


6 


5 


5 





I 


I 





I 


I 





2 


12 


6 


I 


II 


6 


5 


5 





5 


5 





5 








I 


I 





5 


5 





10 


10 





77_ 









ICKWORTH 

Hon. Col. Hervey 

Lord Bristol's Servants 
Mr. Chevalier 

— Button 

— Berwick 

— Vincent 

— Frost 

— Simon 

— Humphries 
Mad : Chanson 
Mrs. Button 

— Finney 

— Franks 

— Chevalier 

— Grayham 
Servants-hall 
Sundries 



£ s. d. 
100 o o 



I 

2 
2 
2 
2 
I 
I 
I 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

4 17 
15 



120 17 o 



262 



HORRINGER VOTERS. 



Appendix X. 



HoRRiNGER Voters. 



In 1727 there was a Parliamentary election for the County of Suffolk. There 
were three candidates for the two seats, and the result was thus : Sir Jermyn 
Davers 3077. Sir William Barker 2963. John Holt Esq. 2365. 

This is how the Horringer voters voted ; 



James Wyard 
John Wiseman 
John Deerson 
Thomas Kerrington 



B. 
B. 
B. 



D. 
D. 
D. 
D. 



Thomas Gardiner 
George Nelson 
John Ong 
William Haws 



B. D. 

B. D. 

B. D. 

B. D. 



In the election for the County in 1790 the candidates were Sir John Rous 
2761, Sir Thomas Charles Bunbury 3049, and Sir Gerard WiUiam Vanneck 2080. 
These were the voters from Horringer ; 



Richard Ablett 
Isaac Brooks 
William Brooks 
John Cook 
Stephen Crick 



R. 



B. 
B. 
B. 
B. 
B. 



V. 



V. 



V. 



John Gardiner 
John Green 
Rev. Thomas Kerrich 
Edmund Nunn 
John D. Miller 



R. 



B. 
B. 



V. 
V. 
V. 

V. 



In the first list James Wyard resided at Great Whelnetham ; in the second 
list William Brooks resided at Felsham, John Cook at Mildenhall, and John D. 
Miller at Horsecroft. 

In the County election of 1830 the candidates were Sir Henry Edward 
Bunbury 1097, Charles Tyrell 1064, Sir Thomas Gooch 627. The Poll-book has 
no voters from Horringer, which I don't at all understand. 

In 1835 the candidates were Henry Wilson of Stowlangtoft 1723, Robert 
Rushbrook 1655, Hart Logan of Melford 1509, John Turnor Hales of Herrings- 
well 1350. The Horringer voters were thus : 



Arthur Brook 
John Fowler Dove 
John Kemp 
William Lilly 



R. 
R. 
R. 
R. 



L. 
L. 
L. 
L. 



John Deerson Miller ... R. L. 

Elias Sturley Nunn ... R. L. 

James Scarlin ... W. H. 

WilHam Bacon Wigson ... W. H. 



Mr. E. S. Nunn resided at Bury. 



THE CURATES OF HORRINGER. 263 



Appendix XI. 



The Curates of Horringer. 



Horringer is a pleasantly situated village, with some advantages and attrac- 
tions and only two miles from Bury St. Edmunds, and therefore has not suffered 
so much in the past from non-resident rectors as many parishes have. Conse- 
quently the number of curates that have been here is comparatively small. I take 
the following list which is more or less complete from the Registers, where they 
appear either as fathers of children brought to be baptized, or as officiating, or as 
signing their names at the foot of a page. In many cases I cannot say much 
beyond giving their college and the date of their B.A. degree. I give the dates of 
their being here so far as I can. 

UNDER DR. WOMACK. 

Dr. Womack was rector from 1662 to 1683. I imagine from baptisms and 
burials of members of his family that he was a resident rector, but being an arch- 
deacon he may have required the services of a curate. 
JOHN HARRIS in 1672. Signs a page in the Registers as Curate. Probably 

of Caius Coll : B.A. 1662. 
HENRY GRAY in 1674. He was probably of Clare Coll: Cambridge, B.A. 1666. 

UNDER DR. SYMONDS. 

Dr. Symonds who was rector from 1725 to 1758 was resident till about 1741, 

but not afterwards. 

BERNARD MILLS in 1743. He was a native of Bury, fellow of Trin: Coll : 
Cambridge, B.A. 1736, D.D. 1758. From 1745 to 1757 he was reader, 
from 1757 to 1766 he was lecturer, at St. Mary's Church, Bury. He 
was appointed to Wordwell in 1750. He was also Rector of Hitcham, 
where he died in 1787 aged 72 years, and was buried at St. James', Bury. 
His portrait by Ralph was engraved by Singleton. 



264 THE CURATES OF HORRINGER. 



STUART GUNNING in 1745. He was fellow of St. John's Coll : Cambridge 
B.A. 1 741. He was afterwards Rector of Ufford in Northamptonshire, 
a college living, and died in 1774. 

ABBOT UPCHER in 1746. He was of St. Catharine's Coll : Cambridge, B.A. 
1745. Mr. Tymms in his account of St. Mary's Charities mentions one 
left by him. He is there described as "of Sudbury." 

ROGER STURGEON in 1747. He was son of Robert Sturgeon, carpenter, of 
Bury St. Edmunds ; educated at Bury Grammar School and Caius Coll: 
Cambridge, B.A. 1740; Vicar of Waterbeach 1749-1759. His other 
preferments and two marriages are given in Venn's Biog : Hist : of 
Caius Coll : He died in 1759, and was buried at St. Edward's, Cam- 
bridge. 

WILLIAM TONG, 1748 to 1757. He was of St. John's Coll: Cambridge, B.A. 
1747. He had two daughters baptized here, in 1756, 1757. 

UNDER MR. FRENCH. 

Mr. French was rector from 1758 to 1767, and I think was entirely non- 
resident, though not far off. 

JOHN CULLUM takes a wedding in 1758 and 1759 and writes Curate after 
his signature, but I am not certain that he was Curate of Horringer. 
He was born at Hawstead, educated at Bury Grammar School and St. 
Catharine's Coll : Cambridge, B.A. 1756, became Rector of Hawstead in 
1762, Vicar of Great Thurlow in 1774, succeeded his father. Sir John, as 
sixth baronet in 1774, and died in 1785 aged 52. He was a scholar and 
antiquarian and wrote a history of Hawstead. 

ROBERT LEMAN puts Curate after his"]signature in 1758, but he too may have 
been a curate in the neighbourhood. He was of Caius Coll : Cambridge, 
B.A. 1756, D.D. 1778. He was Rector of Pakefield, inherited Wing- 
field Castle from the Catelyns, and died in 1779. 

ROBERT JEGON from 1762 to 1765. He was of Jesus Coll: Cambridge, B.A. 
1761. 

GEORGE ROGERS from Nov. 1765 to Feb. 1767, when he became Rector. 
(See Biog : Notes.) 



THE CURATES OF HORRINGER. 265 



UNDER MR. HASTED. 

Mr. Hasted was rector from 1814 to 1852. His non-residence was of a very 
mild kind, as he lived at Bury St. Edmunds, and preached and ministered and 
was well known here. 

GEORGE JOHN SKEELES, 1815 to 1819. He was the only son of Preb : 
Skeeles of Peterborough : was at Rugby School and Christ's Coll : Cam- 
bridge; Bell scholar 1810, B.A. 1813. He was appointed Rector of 
Kirkby Underwood, Co. Lincoln, in 1 831, Vicar of Cranwell in 1833, and 
I think died not long afterwards. 

HODGSON RICHARD SHEPHERD, 1820 to 1822. He was son of Rev. 
Henry Shepherd, a Chaplain at Calcutta, and grandson of Richard 
Shepherd, Rector of Wetherden and Archdeacon of Bedford. He matri- 
culated at St. Alban's Hall, Oxford, in 1819, aged 21 years, served with 
24th Dragoons in India, Chaplain H.E.I.C.S. at Dacca 1823, died 1866. 

HENRY CURTIS CHERRY, 1822 to 1826. He was of Clare Coll: Cam- 
bridge, B.A. 1821 ; appointed Rector of Burghfield in 1827, and Vicar of 
Beenham Vallence in 1840, which livings, both in Berkshire, he held 
together. He had three children baptized here. He published in 1844 
a volume called " Illustrations of the Saints' Days and Festivals." 

GEORGE HUGHES, 1827 to 1829. I think he was of Christchurch Coll: 
Oxford, and died in 1830, aged 43 years. 

EDWARD GOULD, 1830 to 1836. He was the son of Colonel William Gould 
of Bury St. Edmunds, and was educated at Christ's Coll: Cambridge, 
B.A. 1822. In 1836 he was appointed Rector of Sproughton and 
died in 1849. He had three daughters baptized here. He married 
Mary Anna Penelope Heigham, who was the daughter of Rev. Henry 
Heigham, of Hunston Hall, by his wife Elizabeth, a daughter of Captain 
Thomas Symonds. (See Symonds in Biog : Notes.) 

HENRY THOMAS COOPER HINE, 1836-37. Of C. C. Coll: Camb: B.A. 
1833. Reader at St. James' from 1839 to 1845, when appointed to a 
living in Lincolnshire. His father was a linen draper in Abbeygate St., 
Bury. 



266 THE CURATES OF HORRINGER. 



WILLIAM HALL, 1837 to 1844. Also Rector of Tuddenham from 1829 to 
1852. Rector of Little Saxham from 1852 to 1885. He was land 
steward of the Ickworth estate for many years till 1859. He died in 
Jan. 1885 and was buried at or near Brighton, from whence he had come. 

ARTHUR CHARLES HERVEY, 1844 to 1852, when he became rector. (See 
Biog : Notes.) 

THOMAS MURRAY COOKESLEY, 1850-1851. He was at Eton and Oriel 
Coll ; Oxford, B.A. 1833. From 1866 till his death in 1877 he was 
Rector of Broughton, Northants. His elder brother, William Gifford 
Cookesley, was assistant master at Eton from 1830 to 1854. 

FORSTER GEORGE SIMPSON, 1851 to i860. He came here shortly before 
Mr. Hasted's death, and remained with Lord Arthur Hervey. He was 
the son of Richard Simpson of Norwood ; was of St. Edmund's Hall, 
Oxford, B.A. 1843. From i860 to 1866 he was Rector of Shotley in 
Suffolk. In 1 87 1 he was appointed Rector of Sidestrand, near Cromer, 
where he died in 1892 aged 73 years. He published in 1852 a volume 
called " Lectures on the typical character of the Jewish Tabernacle." 

UNDER LORD ARTHUR HERVEY. 

Lord Arthur Hervey was rector from 1852 to 1869, ^n^ during his time there 
was generally a curate residing at the old Horringer Rectory. 

After Mr. Simpson left there came Rev. Henry S. Mott, i860 to 1863 ; Rev. 
Simeon Dowell Brownjohn 1864 to 1870. 

And there I will stop. 



CHRISTIAN NAMES. 267 



Appendix XII. 



Christian Names. 



The total number of Baptisms in this volume is 3422, which are thus distri- 



buted : — 














Boys. 


Girls. 


Total 




1558 to 1650 ... 


406 


375 


781 




1651 to 1750 ... 


454 


430 


884 




1751 to 1850 .. 


887 


870 


1757 


T • 


Total . . . 

J 1 • A J! 1- i 


1747 


1675 


3422 



I give in this Appendix a list of the Christian names given to those 3422 
children, with the number of times that each name occurs in each of the three 
periods of 100 years. I have taken no count of second and third names given to 
children. That custom has sprung up within this present century. It will be 
seen that in each period John has an easy majority amongst the boys, whilst 
Elizabeth and Mary stand highest among the girls. In a few cases, e.g., Mary 
Ann, Anna Maria, where the second name seems to be almost a part of the first, 
I have put down the two together in the list as though they were one. 

The name Jermyn as a Christian name was of course given either as a com- 
pliment or by reason of relationship to the Jermyns of Rushbrook, who were Lords 
of the Manor of Great Horringer from the time of the dissolution of the abbeys to 
about 1700. The name Henrietta Maria may come from the same source, Henry 
Jermyn, Earl of St. Albans, being supposed to be married to Henrietta Maria, the 
widow of Charles I. 



268 CHRISTIAN NAMES. 



It has occurred to me that possibly the name Sherman may come from the 
same source. This name was given in 1658 to a son of John Manteau, or Mantua, 
as it is sometimes written. I take it that he was a foreigner, possibly brought 
over to England by the Earl of St. Albans, or a retainer of Queen Henrietta's, and 
settled in a house at Horringer belonging to the Jermyns. And then wishing to 
call his son after his patron, and being told by the clergyman, Name this child, 
he replied with his foreign accent, Sherman (for Jermyn), and was misunderstood 
by the clergyman, and so a new christian name arose out of a misunderstanding 
or mispronqunciation. 

I will give another instance of the accidental creation of a new name. There 
is in Ickworth Park a small wood called " Downter's Wood." When it was being 
planted in or about 1820 the then Earl of Bristol used constantly to be going 
to look at it, and when his children were asked where he was they used to say, 
" He is gone down to the wood." And so gradually and imperceptibly the wood 
got to be called "Downter's Wood," and so it is called to-day. 

The name Delariviere will be found several times in the following list, and 
this name also is owing to the connection between Horringer and the owners of 
Rushbrook. Thomas, Lord Jermyn, who died in 1703, left no son but five 
daughters. One of these daughters was Delariviere, who married Sir Symonds 
D'ewes, grandson of the better known Sir Symonds. She had a sister Merelina, 
who married in 1691 Sir Thomas Spring of Pakenham. They had a daughter 
Delariviere, and the name was kept up in the family for several generations.* 
From this time it constantly appears in the Horringer Registers. The first there 
to have it was a daughter of John Ewen baptized in 1705. John Ewen was a 
substantial farmer who occupied Great Horringer Hall, and so was a tenant of the 
owner of Rushbrook. The next in Horringer to receive the name, 1732, was a 
daughter of Mr. Symonds, the Rector of Horringer, and she got it owing to her 
mother being a sister of Delariviere Spring. And then during the following 
hundred years it appears in the families of Bunting, Brown, Willingham, and 
Orridge. I do not know whether anyone living to-day bears it, but as a boy I 

* Delariviere was also one of the names of Mrs. Mary Manley, authoress of the New 
Atalantis, who was born in or about 1672. She also wrote a poem which so pleased John, 
Lord Bristol, that he said he would as soon think of mending the Magnificat as of mend- 
ing it. Letter 529. The poem is printed at the end of his Diary. 



CHRISTIAN NAMES. 



269 



recollect a Delariviere (or Dilly as we called her) Willingham, and I see in the 
Register that a Delariviere Willingham was buried in 1876 aged 95. Another life 
of equal length joined on to hers would carry one back to the original Delariviere 
Jermyn. 

The name Merri-woe given to a girl in 1589 may have some reference to the 
state of affairs at the time, either political or religious. It was the year following 
the defeat of the Spanish Armada, and a time also of religious changes. 

In two cases Matthew is a woman's name. (Marr: 1807. Bapt : 1798. 
1803. 1809.) 

This list does not include all the names in the Registers, but only those 
entered as being given at Baptism. There are others which occur as parents' 
names and in the Register of Burials and Marriages. 

Column A is from 1558 to 1650, Column B is from 1651 to 1750, Column C 
is from 1751 to 1850. 

BOYS' NAMES. 



Abel 

Abraham 

Alexander 

Alfred 

Ambrose 

Amos 

Antony 

Arthur 

Augustus 

Bacchavil 
Benjamin 
Benninfield 
Byron 

Caleb 
Charles 
Christopher 
Clement 

Daniel 
David 

Edmund 



A 


B 


C 


Total 




I 




I 




2 


10 


12 






I 


I 


2 


2 


3 

2 


3 

6 


I 


3 


3 

I 

7 

I 


3 

5 
7 

I 


I 
I 
I 




5 


I 
6 
I 






I 


I 


I 

. 2 
. 2 


8 

I 
2 


25 
2 


I 

33 

5 

4 




2 


4 
5 


6 i 
5 


. 8 


8 


16 


32 



Edward 

Elias 

Elijah 

Epinetus 

Ernest 

Esau 

Ezekiel 

Ezra 

Francis 

Frank 

Frederick 

Gabriel 

Gardiner 

George 

Gibson 

Gilbert 

Giles 

Harold 
Harrison 
Harry 
Harvey 



A 


B 


C 


23 


9 


17 
I 
2 


I 




I 
I 
I 
I 


8 


10 
I 


6 


2 


I 

I 


17 
2 


6 


10 


68 


2 


I 




I 






I 




I 

I 
I 


3 




3 


I 







Total 

49 
I 
2 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 

24 
I 

20 

I 
2 

84 

3 
I 
2 

I 
I 
6 
I 



270 



CHRISTIAN NAMES. 



Henry 

Hercules 

Holofernes 

Hugh 

Humfrey 

Isaac 

Jacob 

James 

Jasper 

Jeffery 

Jeremiah 

Jeremy 

Jermyn 

John 

Johnson 

Jonas 

Jonathan 

Joseph 

Joshua 

Josiah (s) 

Kenelm 

Lawrence 

Leonard 

Lewis 

Lionel 

Luke 

Lyas 

Lyon 

Mark 

Martin 

Matthew 

Melmoth 

Micah 

Michael 

Mountjoy 

Nathanael 



A 


I B 


C 


Total 


19 


12 


42 

I 


73 

I 


I 


I 




2 


I 


3 


I 


1 3 
2 


i 


3 


« 


1 
II 


I 






I 


II 
; I 


22 


97 


' 130 

I 


I 






I 


2 




4 


4 
2 


I 
90 


2 

94 


I 

140 
2 


4 

324 

2 


I 
2 


2 

8 


I 

5 
22 


I 

8 

32 


2 
3 


2 


3 

I 


5 
6 






I 


I 


2 


2 
I 




4 

I 




2 


3 

I 


5 

I 


I 






I 






I 


I 


I 






I 


I 




I 


2 




I 
I 


2 
2 
I 


3 
3 
I 






I 


I 




3 

I 


2 


5 

I 


I 


I 


I 


3 











Nicholas 

Obadiah 
Oliver 

Paul 
Peter 
PhiHp 
Potter 

Rainold 

Ralph 

Randal 

Richard 

Robert 

Robin 

Roger 

Sache 

Samuel 

Sebastian 

Septimus 

Sherman 

Simeon 

Simon 

Stephen 

Sulyard 

Sydney 

Theodore 
Thory 
Thomas 
Timothy 

Valentine 
Vincent 

Walter 
William 

Zachariah 



Total 



A 


B 


C 


Total 


3 


I 




4 






I 


I 




I 




I 




2 




2 






2 


2 


I 

1 


2 
I 




3 

I 


! I 






I 


I 

22 
37 


2 

I 

17 

31 


9 
50 


3 

I 

48 

118 

I 


2 


I 




3 




I 




I 


2 

I 


15 


H 


31 

I 






I 


I 




I 




I 






I 


I 


2 
2 


5 

I 


3 

5 


5 
12 

I 






I 


I 


I 


I 




2 


59 


80 
3 


86 


225 
3 


2 


I 
I 


2 


3 
3 


62 


I 
57 


4 
147 


5 

266 




I 




I 


407 


450 


880 


1737 



CHRISTIAN NAMES. 



271 









GIRLS' 


NAMES. 








A 


! ^ 


C 


Total 


i 


A 


B 


I C 


Total 


Abigail 


2 


3 


I 


6 


: Etheldred (see 






1 




Ada 






I 


I 


Audrie) ... 










Adelaide 






I 


I 


. 










Adrian 


I 






I 


' Fanny 






6 


6 


Agnes 


II 




I 


12 


Frances 


12 


9 


II 


32 


Alice 


18 


5 


12 


35 


j Frederica 






I 


I 


Almond 






I 


I 












Alse 


2 


I 




3 


Georgina 






3 


3 


Amelia 






2 


2 


Grace 


2 


3 


I 


6 


Amy 


3 


I 


8 


12 


j Gricyll 




I 




I 


Anable 


I 






I 












Ann 


40 


46 


65 


151 


Hannah 


2 


17 


18 


37 


Anna Maria ... 




I 


6 


7 


i Harriet 






28 


28 


Arabella 






2 


2 


Helen 






I 


I 


Audrie 


3 






3 


Henrietta 
Henrietta Maria 




I 

I 




I 

I 


Barbara 


4 


I 




5 


Hester (see 










Bet 






I 


I 


Esther) ... 










Betsy 






3 


3 












Betty 




I 


6 


7 


I Isabel (la) 


2 


6 


I 


9 


Bridget 


17 


2 




19 


i 




















Jane 


6 


4 


20 


30 


Caroline 






9 


9 


Jemima 






I 


I 


Charlotte 




I 


7 


8 


Joan 


13 






13 


Christian 


4 


8 




12 


Judith 


3 


I 




4 


Diana 




I 




I 


Katherine 


6 


10 


5 


21 


Deborah 


I 




I 


2 


Keziah 






2 


2 


Delariviere ... 




3 


6 


9 ' 


Kitty 






I 


I 


Dorcas 


I 






I 












Dorothy 


8 






8 


Leah 
Lehabin 


I 


I 


I 


2 

I 


Edith 






I 


I 


Lettes 


I 






I 


Eedie 


3 






1 
3 1 


Liddy 






I 


I 


Eleanor 




I 




I 1 


Louisa 






9 


9 


Eliza 






28 


28 ! 


Lucinda 






2 


2 


Elizabeth 


57 


87 


100 


244 i 


Lucina 






I 


I 


Ellen 


I 


I 


3 


5 ' 


Lucy 


I 




17 


18 


Ellis 






I ' 


I 1 


Lydia 


3 




3 


6 


Else 




4 




4 i 












Emily 






II 


II i 


Margaret | 
Marget j ■" 


37 


12 






Emma 






19 


19 


4 


53 


Esther 


2 


4 


5 


II 


Maria 






26 


26 



272 



CHRISTIAN NAMES. 



Marian 

Martha 

Mary 

Mary Ann 

Matilda 

Merriwoe 

Milla 

Nancy 

Penelope 

Philip 

Phoebe 

Priscilla 

Prudence 

Rachel 
Rebecka 





A 


B 

I 


C 


Total 
I 




12 
46 


6 
100 


22 
112 

65 

I 


40 
258 

65 

I 




I 




I 

2 


I 
I 

2 




I 


I 


I 


2 

I 






I 


4 


4 
I 




I 






I 




3 


7 
5 


6 
12 


13 
20 













Rhoda 
Rose 

Sally 

Sarah 

Sicely 

Sophia 

Sophy 

Susan (na) 

Tabitha 
Tammy 
Theodosia 

Ursula 

Winnifred 

Total 



A 


B 


8 


4 


II 


30 


I 




22 


34 


I 




375 


426 



I 
5 

I 
84 



Total 
I 

17 

I 

125 
I 



15 

3 

68 


15 

3 

124 


I 


I 


I 


I 


I 


I 




I 


I 


I 


871 


1672 



BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES. 273 



Biographical Notes. 



Some of these notes are much longer than I originally meant them to be, but 
it is sometimes difficult to confine oneself to the half a dozen dates and half a 
dozen abbreviated words which usually constitute a biographical note. But 
whilst longer they are not nearly so numerous as I meant them to be. I should 
have liked to have identified many more persons than I have done, but time did 
not allow of it. 

I have not given authorities for every statement that I have made, and so I 
will set down here a list of works to which I am chiefly indebted. There are other 
authorities for statements which I have mentioned in the notes themselves. 
Allibone's Diet : of Authors. 3 vols. 1877. 
Blomefield & Parkin's History of Norfolk. 11 vols. 1805-1810. 
Bristol, Earl of. Letters of John Hervey. 3 vols. 1894. 
Do. Diary of Do. i vol. 1894. 

The Burian, vol. v., containing admissions to the Bury Grammar School from 

1730. 1899. 
Burke's Extinct Baronetcies. 1844. 
Bury Post. Vol. i. 1782 to 1785. 

Bury St. Edmunds and Environs, Concise description of, 1827. 
Bury St. Edmunds, Tymm's History of St. Mary's Church, 1854. 
Bury St. Edmunds, Beckford Bevan's Brief Records of St. James' Church, p.p. 

1878. 
Clergy List for 1842. 

Dictionary of National Biography. 61 vols, with more to come. 
Doyle's English Army Lists, 1661-1694. 3 vols. 1892-96. 
English Catalogue of Books, 1835 to 1863, by Sampson Low. 
Gage's History of Thingoe Hundred. 1838. 
Graduati Cantabrigienses. 1659 to 1824. 
Do. Do. 1800 to 1872. 

Foster's Alumni Oxonienses, 1500 to 1886. 8 vols. 
Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus, 1800 to 1840. 
Foster's London Marriage Licences, 1521 to 1869. 



274 BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES. 

Ickworth Parish Registers, 1566 to i8go. 1894. 

Index to Obituary Notices in the Gent : Mag: 1731 to 1780. i8gi. 

Jermyn MSS, Suffolk Families, 23 quarto vols., in library of the Suffolk Archaeol : 

Institute. 
Jermyn MSS, i folio vol., in my library. 
Page's Supplement to the Suffolk Traveller. 1844. 
School Lists of Eton, Merchant Taylors, Rugby and Westminster. 
Suffolk A rchaeolog : Institute, Proceedings of, 1848-1897. 9 vols. 
Venn's Biographical History of Caius College, Cambridge. 2 vols. 1897-8. 
Visitations of Suffolk, 1561, 1577, 1612, edited by Metcalfe. 1882. 
Visitation of Suffolk, 1561, with additions by Dr. Howard. 2 vols. 1866. 

I give a list of natives and residents of Horringer and of those closely con- 
nected with them, of whom a memoir will be found in the Dictionary of National 
Biography. 



Batteley, John 

— Nicholas 
Bedell, William 

Blagge, Margaret (Godolphin) 

— Robert 
Burgess, Richard 
Covell, John 
Cullum, Sir John 
Gedge, Sydney 
Gipps, Sir Richard 



Goodrich, Richard 
Hervey, Arthur C. 

— Eliz : C. (Devonshire) 

— Frederick (Bristol) 
Rogers, Thomas 
Simpson, Gen. Sir James 
Symonds, John 

— Sir Thomas 
Sir William 

Womack, Lawrence ? 



REV. TIMOTHY ADAM50N and Mary his wife were both buried here 
in 1716, and it would appear that they had been living here for about 40 years 
previously. Whether he was curate here or not I can't say. In 1701 he seems 
to have been rector of Wordwell. He was of Jesus College, Cambridge, and 
took his M.A. degree in 1662. From the arms on his tombstone in the church- 
yard, No. 8, he would appear to be one of the Adamsons of Wereham or Wire- 
ham in Norfolk. (See Blomfield's Hist : of Norfolk, vii. 507.) Mr. James Oakes, 
who died in 1829 aged 87, married one of the Adamsons of Wereham, and these 
same arms are impaled on his monument in St. Mary's Church at Bury. The 
above Mary must have been Timothy's second wife, as in January, 1667, he 



BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES. 275 



obtained a license to marry Martha Feltham, widow. They are both described 
as being of Bury St. Edmunds, his age about 27, and the marriage to take 
place at Westley, Hessett or St. Mary's in Bury. (Foster's London Marriage 
Licenses.) 

REV. JOSEPH ALEXANDER.— The index to the Baptisms show three 
children of Joseph Alexander baptized respectively in 1693, 1695, 1702. These 
children are also entered in the Ickworth Registers, from which the blank in 
1702 may be filled up with the name Marget. Their father was Rector of 
Ickworth from 1692 to his death in 1719. Ickworth parsonage house was in 
a bad state of repair and uninhabitable when Mr. Alexander came there ; he 
rebuilt it at a cost of over £1^0, and a few years afterwards, in or about 1702, 
it was accidentally burnt down. In 1712 the parishes of Ickworth and Chedburgh 
were united, Mr. Alexander was exempted by the Bishop from rebuilding 
Ickworth parsonage house, and such materials of it as had survived the fire were 
used for the repair of Chedburgh parsonage house. Parsonage house and parson 
are now gone from Ickworth, and only Parson's pond is left. 

All this accounts for Mr. Alexander living for a time at Horringer. I imagine 
him to have been a Bury man, as I have seen the name in the Registers of St. 
James' Parish. 

The Parsonage house at Ickworth has been gone just 200 years, but a barn or 
out-house of some sort belonging to it was left standing, and an old man now 
living (1899) tells me that when he was a boy an old man told him that he 
recollected seeing it. 

Mr. Alexander was married in Whepstead Church in May, 1691, to Frances 
daughter of John Frost of Duffin hall. The Frosts owned Duveton or Dufitin 
hall in the parish of Whepstead for about 150 years, viz., from the reign of 
Edward VI to 1702, when they sold it to John, Lord Bristol. 

BARBER. — I cannot say much about this family excepting that there were 
two members of it residing here in the reign of James I, and that by more than 
one marriage they were connected with the Jermyns of Rushbrook and the 
Blagges of Little Horringer. The following pedigree, which I make out from the 
Jermyn MSS belonging to the Suffolk Archaeological Institute, from Gage's 
Thingoe Hundred and from other sources, will show these marriages. 



276 BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES. 

Roger Barber of Bury Sir George Blagge = Dorothy Badby 

Roger Barber of Bury Henry = Hester Jermyn 

I I 



Edmund = Joan Clark Martha = Ambrose Blagge 



Mary = Sir Thomas Jermyn Edmund = Martha Blagge 

I imagine that the eldest Edmund in the above pedigree is he who had one 
child baptized in Horringer Church, viz., Sarah in 1612, but I am not quite 
certain about it. The Jermyn MSS give him ten children, but no Sarah among 
them. Sir Thomas Jermyn, the constant friend and patron of Bishop Bedell, 
seems to have married one of them. Another, John, went to Virginia. Another, 
Matthew, was killed in the Civil War. Another, the second Edmund, who 
married his first cousin Martha Blagge, was a Poor Knight of Windsor. Another, 
Ann, married Frederick Cornwallis. 

Nicholas Barber was married here in 1617 to Mary Birle, and had three chil- 
dren baptized here between 1620 and 1625. Where his place is in the above 
pedigree is not clear. Possibly he was a son or nephew of the first Edmund, 
or he may have been a much younger brother. He seems to have left Horringer 
in 1624 or 1625, and gone to Chevington, as he had a son baptized there in 1625, 
and his wife Mary was buried there in 1626. I can say no more about him 
except that Mary his daughter seems to have married William Bedell, the eldest 
son of the Bishop, (see Bedell), and that a Nicholas Barber who may have been 
his son was married at Whepstead in 1662 to Martha Trowle. 

Edmund and Nicholas, neither of whom were buried here, do not seem to have 
been living here at the same time, but one succeeded the other, and so they may 
have successively occupied the same house. Where that house was I cannot say, 
but possibly it was the house which 130 years afterwards was occupied by 
Frederick Hervey, who \yas afterwards Bishop of Derry. (See Hervey.) 

SAMUEL BATTELEY.— During the time of the Civil War and the 
Commonwealth there was an apothecary at Bury St. Edmunds, named Nicholas 
Batteley, bringing his children to the font in St. James' Church. Having had the 



BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES. 277 

kind permission of the Rev. George Hodges to search the registers of that parish 
I have found John 1646, Nicholas 1648, Thomas 1655, Wilham 1659, Henry 1661. 
Of these John and Nicholas were sufficiently distinguished to find a place in the 
Dictionary of National Biography.* Both were clergymen and antiquarian 
authors. John became Archdeacon of Canterbury, where he was buried in 1708 ; 
and Nicholas, after being Rector of Nowton from 1680 to 1685, became Rector of 
Beakesbourne in Kent, and died in 1704. I imagine that there was another 
brother, Samuel, though I cannot find him in the Register of Baptisms in St. 
James Church. But as the times were troublous it is perfectly possible that he 
may have been forgotten to be entered. A sister, Mary, buried in 1654, certainly 
was forgotten, and it will be seen that there is a long interval after Nicholas, 
during which he may have been born. At any rate, whoever's son he was, he was 
born at about this time. In 1682 he was married to Mary Bright in Nowton 
Church, where his brother Nicholas was then Rector ; in the course of the next 
14 years he had five children christened at St. James' ; he was churchwarden of 
that parish in 1686; on Jan. i, 1697, his wife was buried; a year or two after- 
wards he married again, had a son Nicholas baptized at St. James' in 1699, and 
then seems to have come and settled in Horringer. He had a son Samuel 
baptized there in Feb. 1701/2. Under July 15, 1714, Lord Bristol records in his 
diary, "My good friend and honest neighbour Mr. Samuel Battely dyed at his house in 
Horringer." I have not been able to make out where that house was. In January, 
1712, Mr. Joseph Weld, Recorder of Bury and its representative in Parliament, 
died suddenly. Lord Bristol's eldest son, Carr Hervey, for whom the seat was 
hoped, was abroad on a long tour, and so Mr. Samuel Batteley was chosen to 
fill the vacancy. Lord Bristol wrote him a letter of congratulation, and wrote to 
his son Carr at Venice, saying, '■'Serjeant Weld dyed suddenly of an apoplexy last week, 
so that Bury is unprovided of a Recorder and a Burgess. Mr. Tumor solicits to supply ye 
former vacancy, and I believe Mr. Battclly will accept ye latter as your trustee till your 
return, which he has already kindly signified to be his only purpose in medling with it.'' 

* This Dictionary gives the year of their births as respectively lfi47 and 1650, which is 
not quite correct according to the Registers. It also states that Nicholas was Rector of 
Newton, which should be Nowton. T will take this opportunity of correcting a mistake of 
my own. In the Notes to the Contents of Vol. 3 of Lord Bristol's Letterbooks the Rev. Mr. 
Battely to whom Letter 8.o3 is written is said to be Nicholas, Rector of Nowton. It is not 
him, but his nephew (or son) John, who lived for a time at Horringer and held several livings 
in the neighbourhood. 



278 BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES. 

(Letters 374. 375.) Three months afterwards Mr. Battely was seriously ill in 
London, and his death was expected every minute, and the question of a suc- 
cessor to him had to be considered. (Letters 384. 386. 387.) However he lived 
on till 1 714. His Parliamentary life was a very short one, as there was a 
general election in Sept. 171 3, when Carr Hervey was chosen in his place, though 
he had not yet got back from his travels. Mr. Batteley though dying in 
Horringer was carried to Bury for burial. The Register of St. James records 
that on July 28, 17 14, was buried Mr. Alderman Batteley. 

REV. JOHN BATTELEY.— In 1714, about three months before the death 
of Samuel Batteley, the Horringer Registers record the marriage of John Batteley 
and Ann Sydey. I imagine that this John was the son of the above Samuel, 
though curiously just as I could not find Samuel amongst the other children of 
Nicholas in the Registers of St. James at Bury, so also I cannot find there this 
John amongst the other children of Samuel. He was a scholar of Trin : Coll : 
Cambridge, taking his B.A. degree in 1708. He was Rector of Troston from 1714 
to 1724 ; Timworth 1717 to 1741 ; Ingham 1727 to 1741 ; Wordwell 1736 to 1741. 
He was presented to this last living by Lord Bristol. From 1726 to 1741 he was 
preacher or lecturer at St. Mary's, Bury St. Edmunds. He must have been 
residing at Horringer from 1714 to 1727, as between those dates he had nine 
children baptized there, viz., John, Samuel, Ann, Katherine, John, Charles, 
Elizabeth, Nicholas, William. The first of these died in infancy. 

I don't know that he ever pubhshed anything, but in 1726 he sent Lord Bristol 
the manuscript of some theological work of his, which was probably intended 
for publication. It was acknowledged in a characteristic letter. Letter 853. 

Soon afterwards Lord Bristol wrote to the Bishop of Lincoln, asking that a 
small prebend likely soon to become vacant might be bestowed upon " my 
neighbour and friend" Mr. Batteley. In a postscript he says, ''Mr. Batteley is 
nepheiiJ to the late Archdeacon of Canterbury, and for whose learning and exemplary life and 
conversation I ivill stand answerable to your Lordship and the whole ii'orld." Letter 859. 

John Batteley died at Bury in 1741. Mr. Tymms in his account of St. Mary's 
Church quotes the Register of that parish as recording that '• lie preached att both 
parishes forenoon and afternoon on Sunday, ye 30th of August, and died between twelve and 
one of the clock on the Tuesday night following, and buried Sept. 4." 

Of his sons, John, Charles and Nicholas and perhaps the others were at the 



BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES. 279 

Bury Grammar School. Samuel went up to Christ Church College, Oxford in 
1733 and took his B.A. degree in 1737. 

William was curate of Mildenhall, where there is a slab to his memory stating 
that he died in November, 1767, aged 38 years. 

Charles went up to University College, Oxford, in 1738, B.A. in 1742, was 
presented by the Crown to the living of Wetherden in Suffolk, afterwards to that 
of Hunston in Suffolk, and died at Wetherden in 1791, aged 72 years. Charles' 
son, Waldgrave Batteley, was curate of Shotley for 42 years, and died there in 
November 1813, aged 66 years. The present rector of Shotley tells me that when 
he first went to Shotley there were some still living there who remembered Wald- 
grave Batteley. He was not a total abstainer, and his advice to his people was. 
Do as I say but not as I do. 

REV. WILLIAM BEDELL, BISHOP OF KILMORE. - This good 
man was rector of Horringer from March 1616 to June 1628, and resided in the 
rectory house there. Two lives of him written by those who had known him 
well have been published, so that it is not difficult to find plenty to say about 
him. The difficulty rather is to condense what there is into the small space that 
I can afford him. One of the lives was written by the Rev. Alexander Crogy 
who married his step-daughter, and was first published in 1862. The other 
was (almost certainly) written by his son William Bedell, rector of Rattlesden 
in Suffolk, and was first printed in 1872 for the Camden Society. The editor, 
Mr. Thomas Wharton Jones, has added a great deal of valuable information, to 
which I am greatly indebted. I shall tell the tale of the Bishop's life as much as 
possible in the very words of his son. All quotations that follow are from his 
memoir unless otherwise stated. 

William Bedell was born quite at the end of 1571 at Black-Notley in Essex, 
where his father and grandfather were yeomen. He was apparently the second 
of three sons, his father's name being John and his mother's Elizabeth (Elliston 
or Aliston). "■They ivere both very charitable and mercifull ; their house loas seldom 
without one or two poor children, which they kept upon alms. Mrs. Elizabeth Bedell 
tvas very famous and expert in chirugery, which she continually practised upon 
multitudes that Jiocked to her, and still gratis, tvithout respect of pjersons, rich or 
poor." William and his elder brother John were sent to school at Braintree, 
about a mile from their home. Though very fond of learning yet William '^ on a 



BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES. 



" time received such a bloiu from Jiis cholcrick master, that lie icas beaten off a jMir 
*' of stairs, and had one side of his head so bruised, that the blood gushed out of 
*' Ms ear, and his hearing was in consequence so impaired, that he became in jjrocess 
'^ of time ivholly deaf on that side/' Before he was fully 13 years of age he went 
up to Emanuel College, Cambridge, and was soon chosen scholar. After a 
studious career he took his degrees, B.A. in 1588, M.A. in 1592, and in 1593 
became a fellow of his college. Early in 1597 he was ordained a priest, and there 
ends the first chapter in his life. It may be summed up in the words of his son, "A 
great student he was and a great proficient, as in all kinds of learning, so especially 
in Divinity. He did not only last the liberal arts, or give than a short visit by the 
way, but thoroughly studied them.^' So he sallies forth from the University and 
makes his start in life well equipped. 

In January, 1602, he was appointed preacher or lecturer at St. Mary's Church, 
Bury St. Edmunds. " His first call to the ministerial work was to St. Edmunds- 
bury in Suffolk, lohere the great esteem he gained for his grave, humble and diligent 
discharge of tliat emp)loyment is yet surviving in the mouths and memories of many. 
His auditory there was very much, consisting of men of the best quality and best 
abilities of judgement aud learning, xoho yet ever received ample satisfaction in his 
sermons." "His prayer before sermon 7vas not set nor fixed allivays to the same 
form of ivords, but various in expressions as the time and present occasions most 
required; but ever in the plainest and easiest phrase of the English tongue, accord- 
ing to the capacity of the weakest understanding : so as the most unlearned hearer 
might say Amen." ''His voice xoas low, his action little, but the gravity of his 
aspect tvas great, and the reverence of his behaviour such as zuas more affecting 
to the hearers than the greater eloquence and more pompous pronunciation of others." 
He was said to excell in explaining the Scriptures, and was contrasted with his 
successor at St. Mary's, the one making the obscurest passages very plain, the 
other making the plainest passages very obscure. " He had not been long there 
(at Bury) ere he had gained a great reverence as xv ell from nil that savoured of the 
poiver of godliness as from the gallants, knights and gentUmca, ivho reverenced him 
for his impartial, grave and holy preaching and conversation, and heard him gladly." 

After five years at Bury he was appointed chaplain to the English Embassy at 
Venice, our ambassador being Sir Henry Wotton. He went there in the early 
summer of 1607. I must skip over the time spent there. It must be enough to 
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there which lasted for life, studied hard at the Italian and other languages, and 
came back to Bury after an absence of nearly four years. He was probably back 
in Bury by March 161 1. 

He had formed a friendship at Venice with an eminent Venetian physician, Dr. 
Jasper Despotine. [See Despotine in these Notes.] This gentleman returned to 
England with Sir Henry Wotton and Dr. Bedell, and came to Bury with Bedell 
and started a practice there. They lodged together " in the house of one Mr. 
Nunne," and Bedell taught the Italian doctor English. Bedell's friends at Bury 
were very well pleased to see him return to his duties in St. Mary's Church. 
I don't know whether Mr. Nunn's house can be identified or not. 

About a year after his return from Venice, on Jan, 29, 1612, Bedell was married 
in St. Mary's Church to Leah Mawe. She was the widow of Robert Mawe, 
Recorder of Bury, who had been buried at St. Mary's in June 1609. Mrs. Mawe 
had five children by her first marriage, of whom the eldest was now only seven 
years old. He must have left Mr. Nunne's now, and one would like to know 
where in Bury he did live. Of the five little Mawes, the eldest, Nicholas, was sent 
to Bury Grammar School and became a physician. John and Robert died young. 
Leah and Edward afterwards came with their mother and step-father to Ireland. 

In March 1616 Sir Thomas Jermyn of Rushbrook presented him to the living of 
Horringer. He accepted it gladly because he felt that his voice was too weak for 
so large a church as St. Mary's. '■'■ The place being near Bury and the congregation 
tlicre not very great, but siich as his voice might reach, lie accepted the yresentation.'^ 
There was a little hitch at first. The fees for institution payable to the Bishop of 
Norwich's officials were then very high, and Bedell absolutely refused to take the 
living if he had to pay them, as he considered practically it would be buying 
his preferment. Eventually the Bishop, Dr. Jegon, gave way and left it to him 
to pay what he thought fit. 

His son gives us an account of his manner of life at Horringer. " His manner 
was to rise very early (commonly at 4 icinter and sunwier), and so to retire j^resently 
to his study ; where he would be so fixed till prayer-time, that if anything . . . did 
happen to call Iiim doion, he luould be even angry ivith the messenger (xoife, child or 
servant) of any snc]i occasioji of interruptio7i.'' He had three seasons for prayer, 
morning, noon and evening. At noon he read and expounded a chapter before 
prayer. Some little time was devoted to the education of his children, as well as 
to his own studies and duties. ^'- Some little recreatioji he used to take before dinner 



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or suy2)er ; ivhich for the most part to as planting , transylanting , grafting, and inocu- 
lating, and sometimes digging in his garden." " In his dress he was a great lover of 
plainness, both for the ^natter and fashion; never changing the fashion in all his life. 
His rules loere easiness for the stirring of his body and serviccableness, avoiding all 
vanity and superfluity." He wished his children to be dressed according to the 
same rules as himself, while his wife preferred them to be smarter ; but he got 
his way. His son tells us of " his behaviour to the beggars, bedlams and travello^irs 
that use to come to men's doors. These he ivould not fail to examine, mixing both 
ivholsom instructions and severe reproofs. Nor rested he there ; but if they had any 
passes to travel by, he would be sure to scan them throughly, and finding them false 
or counterfeit, his way was to send for tlie constable, and after correction given 
according to law, he would make them a neiv pass and send them to the place of their 
last settlement or birth. This made him so well knoivn among that sort of j^^ople 
that they shunned the toivn (Ror ringer) for the most part; to the no small quiet and 
security of him and all his neighbours." We are then told how the Lord's day 
was kept, and of his sermons forenoon and afternoon, and of the public catechiz- 
ing of the young whereby both they and their elders profited alike. And we are 
told "0/ Ilia constant use of private admonitions and reproofs, ivhich tho' some 
stomached at, yet they durst not openly despise. The poorest of all he had a tender 
care over in this respect, whom he used bountifully to relieve every year. The others he 
entertained at his table once a year all through tlie whole parish, ivith whom he would 
be very cheary, and yet in so jnous and j^rofitable a manner that their minds and 
souls ivere no less feasted than their bodies." He was most particular about pre- 
serving the rights of the Church and keeping all rectorial buildings in good repair. 
"■He left behind him a book to his successours, giving them a clear and exact 
"account ivhat dues to expect from the parishioners, and some light for clearing 
"of controversies and difficulties about tithing that might afterivard arise." He 
had a long lawsuit with Mr. William Lucas of Horscroft, " one of the chiefest of 
his parish." He was given to understand that Mr. Lucas had certain pieces of 
ground in his possession which rightly belonged to the rectory of Horringer. 
He was told so by some who could remember when the grounds did do so, and he 
proved it by searching the rolls and records of the manor, the lord of the manor 
having given him leave to do so. But when he told Mr. Lucas of this, Mr. 
Lucas denied the right of the Church and refused to give them up. The suit began 
and lasted ten years. In the end the award was favourable to the Church. Not 



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the same land, but the same amount of land more conveniently situated for the 
rector, was given up by Mr. Lucas. This lawsuit caused Mr. Bedell to make 
some study of the law, and in consequence he was often chosen as arbitrator by 
his neighbours in their disputes. (See Lucas.) 

A Parliament being called while he was at Horringer, two ministers had to be 
chosen to represent the diocese of Norwich in Convocation, one for Suffolk, 
one for Norfolk. Whilst many were scheming to get themselves elected, Bedell 
refused to move in the matter. In spite of it he was chosen. He was sorry 
when he heard of it, saying that " he kneiv he shoidd btit loose Ids time, and sit 
" there and tell the clock, loitliotit doing any good as to what the inxsent exigencies of 
" the Church did most require." 

But the time is now coming when he must say Good bye to Horringer, and not 
to Horringer only, but to Suffolk and England. The next fifteen years of his life 
are given to Ireland, and this last chapter in his life I must run through very 
quickly. 

In May 1627, by mandate of King Charles I, he was nominated Provost of 
Trinity College, Dublin. Probably Sir Thomas Jermyn, who had sat under 
him in St. Mary's Church at Bury, and who had presented him to the living of 
Horringer, had something to do with this appointment. In July 1627 he started 
for Dublin and was admitted to the office. He returned to Horringer in September 
to settle his affairs there and to fetch his family. In June 1628 he resigned 
Horringer and quitted it and England for ever. 

They were in all seven souls who moved from Horringer Rectory to Trinity 
College, Dublin. There were himself and Leah his wife; there were his two step- 
children Leah and Edward Mawe ; there were his own three children, William, 
John and Ambrose. William and John had been born in Bury, and are in St. 
Mary's Registers ; Ambrose was born at Horringer and will be found in these 
registers. The oldest of these five was Leah Mawe, 22 years, the youngest was 
Ambrose Bedell, 9 years. One child, Grace Bedell, was left behind, in Horringer 
Churchyard; she had died in 1624 just under 10 years of age. 

Just two years after his first nomination to the office of Provost, but only one 
year after he had settled down at Dublin, he was through the efforts of Sir 
Thomas Jermyn appointed to the united Bishopricks of Kilmore and Ardagh. 
That was in May, 1629. He was not anxious to be promoted and hesitated before 
he accepted the offer. It troubled him that he would have now as a Bishop to 



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use more state. " His oivn ivisdom prompted him to some conformity to the Episcopal rank, 
ami his friends ivtre soUicitous lest he should render himself contemptible or lie under sinister 
censures by coming too much behind other Bishops in state and gallantry. And therefore he 
took a middle way, rising a little but differing very much in outward splendour from the rest 
of his order. He never wore silk, only his girdle, chimiev and tippet were of that material. 
Never wore bever, castor or demi-castor, but all waies felts. He used not to ride up and down 
the streets of Dublin about his occasions, with his three or four men attending, as ivas the 
common usage of the Bishops there, but allivaies walked with only one man. And tho' in 
this practice he did discontent some, and suffered the gibes of the more lordly prelates aud 
their followers, yet he could not be altered.''' 

Mr. Clogy, who did not know him till he became a Bishop, but lived a good deal 
with him from then to his death, says, " When others of his order were either galloping 
in their coaches or prancing upon their vaporing stone-horses through the streets of Dublin, 
he liuis never seen in a coach in city or country, nor a horse-back in the city ; but walking 
with his servant after him, save when he rode publiatiis iu his scarlet robes in Parliament, 
or attended the Lord Deputy to church upon the Lord's day, as the manner of all prelates 
ims in their pontificals. . . His habit was grave, in a long stuff gown not costly but comely; 
his stockings wollen ; his shoes not much higher behind than before.'' 

My limited space only allows me to say of the next 14 years that all through 
them he followed the same simple and fearless course of conduct. There were 
many evils to be attacked and reformed, and he went at them in his gentle but 
determined way without fearing any man. He incurred some opposition, but he 
incurred a great deal more of love and respect from all sorts and classes of people, 
Roman Catholics as well as Protestants. 

Writing to a friend soon after his appointment he says of Kilmore, "M_y cathedral 
church is such another as Horningerth was, but ivithout steeple, bell or font. You can 
imagine the rest." His son describing Kilmore says, ''Kilmore itself ivas but a meer 
country village, of good large bounds, but so thinly inhabited that no where in the whole 
parish was any street or part of a street to be found. There was a competent number of 
English, but the Irish were more than five times their number, and all of them obstinate 
Papists. The Bishop's house joined close to the church, being built upon one of the highest 
hills in the countrey ; not near any neighbour of any quality by a mile." 

After about three years he resigned Ardagh and was Bishop of Kilmore only. 
So little in sympathy was he with the idea that Ireland was merely to exist for 
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the Irish to learn English, that as soon as he got into Ireland he set to work 
to learn the Irish language himself, he taught it to his own children, he tried to get 
his clergy to set up Irish schools in their parishes, he was careful to place clergy 
who could speak Irish in all those places where Irish was the language known, he 
printed a summary of Christian doctrine in Irish, and then he had an Irish version 
made of the Old Testament. Up to his time there was only an Irish version of 
the New Testament. In all things he tried to act for Ireland as an Irish Bishop 
should act, and not merely as an Englishman imposed upon the Irish by England 
and acting solely for England. 

Mr. Clogy describes his hospitality which was of a genuine though not showy 
kind. ^^ His castle was furnished ivith things not superfluous, ornamental and splendid, 
hut good and necessary for common use. His table with plenty of good provision at all times; 
whereiinto there was great resort, as to a place of greatest hospitality in all that county ; 
half an Irish beef a week, besides other provision, a great part whereof was given to poor 
Irish families. At Christmas he had the poor Irish as tvell as rich British to sit and feast 
about him, both men and women, that dwelt next unto him, that scarce had any whole clothes 
to their back, nor could understand a word of English, and were strangers to such civil and 
plentiful entertainment.'' 

In October 1641 the rebellion broke out in Ireland suddenly and with great 
fury. At first nothing of the Bishop's was touched, he being greatly respected. 
A great multitude of English fled to his house at Kintore, and there he kept them, 
having much cattle and much grain. After a time the rebels, if that is the proper 
name to give to those who are contending against intolerable tyranny, drove the 
English refugees away and seized the Bishop's cattle. The Bishop was allowed 
to stay in his own house till about Christmas, when he and his two sons were 
carried away by the rebels to Loughwater Castle, where there were neither glass 
windows nor wooden shutters. After about three weeks there they were set free. 
The Bishop could not return to his own house at Kilmore because the Roman 
Catholic Bishop had stepped into it and was occupying it. But a Mr. Sheridan 
whose house was a mile off from it kindly took him and his sons in. At the end 
of January, 1642, the Bishop was taken ill, probably in consequence of the hard- 
ships of the last few months, and on Feb. 7 he died. He was buried at Kilmore, 
the rebels attending the funeral and firing a volley over his grave, and showing 
various marks of respect. 

He was a little over 70 years of age at his death. Mr. Clogy, his step son-in- 



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law, who was with him up to the last as well as his own two sons, says in his 
memoir, "His eye was not dim nor his natural force abated ; only he had some kind 
of deafness in his left ear, occasioned by a fall down stairs in his childhood. I 
remember that lohen walking abroad loith him and his two sons the iveek before he 
sickened, in returning back he leapt so nimbly and vigorously over a broad ditch that 
amazed us all, and put us to a stand to follow him. He never used spectacles ; nor 
lost one tooth ; nor any decay of his hair, save in the colour ; his gray hairs beijig 
found in the ivay of righteousness icere as a crown to him ; his beard was long and 
broad. I never knew any razor to pass upon his face, which ivas beautiful, with more 
majesty and gravity than my tongue can exptress."" 

Mr. Clogy says elsewhere, " Though his stature icas tall Jiis voice was low and 
monrnful, both in praying and preaching.'" 

We have already seen him digging in the garden at Horringer. The digging 
went on after he became a Bishop. Mr. Clogy says that though otherwise of 
great strength and health of body, above many, yet during the last few years he 
had occasional attacks, which he endured with great patience. " The greatest 
antidote against it, which he found by experience to do him most good, laas digging 
in Jiis garden in a morning. Laying aside his gown he would dig for half an hour 

or thereabotits ; and being a little heated he found mitigation of his pain He 

had brought with him out of Italy such curious instruments for raceniation, engraffing 
and inoculating, that I saiv him once teach his gardener how to use them ; and when 
he put the graft into the stock most neatly only tied it about with a scare cloth." 

The seven souls who had moved from Horringer to Dublin in 1628 had been 
made less in number by death before these last troubles came. At Christmas, 
1634, his second son John had died. Soon after Christmas, 1637, his step- 
daughter Leah Clogy had died, about a month after her marriage to Mr. 
Alexander Clogy, one of the Bishop's biographers. In March, 1638, his wife had 
died. So that there were left only Edward Mawe, his stepson, and William and 
Ambrose, his own sons. 

Edward Mawe was ill when the Bishop was dying, and whether he died also or 
recovered is not known. 

Ambrose Bedell, the only one who was born at Horringer, married in Ireland 
before the rebellion broke out ; his wife was Mary, daughter of Peter Hill, Sheriff 
of Down ; he served as a Captain in Col. Arthur Hill's regiment, who was his 



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wife's uncle ; after the Restoration he had a grant of lands made to him in Cavan 
and Antrim, and died there in 1683. He left no survivinj:^ children. 

William Bedell, the biographer and eldest son, was born in Bury early in 1613. 
He was ordained by his father in 1634 and presented by him to the Vicarage of 
Kinawley in the diocese of Kilmore. After his father's death he left Ireland for 
good and returned to England. He first went to visit his uncle at Black-Notley, 
and then he went to stay with his father's old Venetian friend at Bury, Dr. 
Despotine. Whilst there Mr. Hinde, the rector of Whepstead, disappeared in a 
curious way and left no one to take his duty. He furnished himself with horse, 
pistolls and sword, and borrowed some money, and went on a journey proposing 
to return before long. But he did not come back, and so there was no one to take 
the duty at Whepstead. William Bedell was asked by some of the Whepstead 
people to preach there, and he was appointed by Parliament to do so, this being 
during the Commonwealth. After doing it for about a year he was appointed 
Minister of Rattlesden, and there he remained for 26 years, being buried there 
in March, 1671. 

Mr. T. W. Jones,* the editor of his memoir of his father, says his wife appears 
to have been a Mary Barber, but he could not find out much about her. I think 
that she must be the Mary, daughter of Nicholas Barber gent, whose baptism on 
April 4, 1620, is in the Horringer Registers. (See Barber.) It look as if the 
attachment, or at any rate acquaintance, had begun when they were children 
together at Horringer, and his moving into Ireland had not caused him to forget 
her, but he had seized the opportunity of a visit to England to make her his wife. 
As they were married before the rebellion broke out in Ireland in 1641, she could 
have hardly been out of her teens before she became Mrs. Bedell. I cannot say 
where the Barbers lived in Horringer, but her father appears soon after her birth 
to have been living in Chevington. And as subsequently one of the Barbers was 
married at Whepstead, there may be some connection between that and the 
previous fact that some of the Whepstead people had asked William Bedell to 
come and preach to them. 

* While expressing my great obligation to Mr. Jones' careful and thorough work, I will 
take the opportunity of correcting a small error. In a note at p. 130 he says that Sir 
William Hervey marri&l Suzan, daughter of Sir Robert Jermyn, and that this marriage 
brought the Jeimyn property, incluiling Horringer, to the Herveys. But in reality this 
marriage had nothing to do with it. How the Jermyn property did eventually come to the 
Herveys will be seen in the preface to this volume. 



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William and Mary Bedell had eight children, of whom the eldest, Leah, was 
baptized at Whepstead in 1643, and the other seven at Rattlesden, viz., William, 
John, James, Ambrose, Penelope, Agnes, Isabella. John succeeded his father as 
Rector of Rattlesden, but died the following year, 1672. Mr. Jones has gone very 
fully into the history of the Bishop's descendants, and it appears that there are 
none now of his name and lineage. 

GEORGE INNES BE VAN came to live at Horringer house about the 
year 1840. He was the only son of George Bevan, and married his iirst cousin, 
Rachel, daughter of Robert Bevan of Rougham. Several children were baptized 
here, of whom George, 1842, went into the army, attained to the rank of General, 
and died in 1898. Mr. Bevan left Horringer in or about i860 and went to live at 
Godmanchester. 

DOROTHY BLAGGE.— The Blagges came to Little Horringer hall in the 
reign of Queen Elizabeth, in or about 1570, and they remained there about 70 
years ; two generations of them were baptized here. Some little account of them 
must therefore be given. 

There was in the reign of Henry VIII an Essex family named Badby. One of 
them, Thomas Badby, lived in St. James's parish at Bury, and for a short time 
possessed the site of Bury Abbey, which had not long before been abolished. He 
was the son of William, and had a sister named Dorothy, who was a maid of 
honour.* 

Dorothy Badby was married three times. 

Her first husband was Sir George Blagge, the son of Robert Blagge. Robert 
was a Baron of the Exchequer in the early part of the reign of Henry VIII, and 
some account of him will be found in the Diet : of Nat : Biog :. His son George 
by a second marriage was a great favourite with Henry VIII, and was knighted ; 
he was nearly killed at the siege of Landreci, and nearly burnt afterwards as a 
Protestant heretic. He died in 1551. 

Her second husband was Richard Goodrick, a native of Yorkshire and nephew 
of Thomas Goodrick, Bishop of Ely. Richard Goodrick will be found in the 
Diet: of Nat: Biog:. He died in 1562. 

* A pedigree in the Jerrayn MSS at Bury makes out Dorothy to be granddaughter of 
that William and niece of Thomas, but that is obviously impossible. 



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Her third husband was Sir Ambrose Jermyn of Rushbrook, who had lately 
obtained the manor of Great Horringer. Sir Ambrose died in 1577, and last of 
all Dorothy died also. She was buried at Rushbrook in 1594. Sir Ambrose had 
purchased Little Horringer in 1562 from the Lucas family of Horsecroft. 

By his first wife Sir Ambrose had had a son Robert, and a daughter Hester. 
By her former husband, Sir George Blagge, Dorothy had had a son Henry and a 
daughter Judith. Robert Jermyn married Judith Blagge, and Henry Blagge 
married Hester Jermyn, which made a very pretty complication. 

Sir Robert Jermyn, who succeeded Sir Ambrose in 1577, settled Little 
Horringer upon Dorothy for her life, she being both his step-mother and his 
mother-in-law. Soon afterwards Little Horringer is found to be the property of 
her son Henry Blagge, who had married Hester Jermyn. Apparently he was 
living there before that, as he was married here in 157 1. It is not quite clear 
how he came into possession of it ; but as the site of Bury Abbey had come to 
him from his mother's family, the Badbys, and as that site is afterwards found to 
be the property of Sir Robert Jermyn, Mr. Gage guesses that there may have 
been an exchange of properties, Henry Blagge taking Little Horringer and Sir 
Robert Jermyn taking Bury Abbey. At any rate, however that may have been, 
Henry Blagge was settled there before 1574. 

HENRY BLAGGE had two children baptized here, viz., Dorothy in 1574, 
and Thomas in 1579, who died an infant. Another son, Ambrose, was not 
baptized here. Henry was buried at St. Mary's in Bury in 1596. 

AMBROSE BLAGGE was married here in 1608 to Martha Barber of 
Bury St. Edmunds. (See Barber.) She was buried here in 1624, and he married 
secondly Margaret Snelling, a widow. That he resided here continuously is 
proved by his having twelve children baptized here between 1609 ^^^ 1^35) '^'^z., 
Harry, George, Thomas, Katharine, Ann, Martha, Judith, Humphry, by his first 
wife, and Ambrose, Henry, Edmund, Margaret, by his second wife. Of these 
Harry, Humphry, and Edmund died in infancy. George died in 161 1, aged 20. 
Martha married her first cousin, Edmund Barber. Judith married Thomas 
Covel of Great Horringer. (See Covel.) Margaret, the youngest child of all, 
died with her name unchanged in 1720, aged 85. Her tombstone is in the 
church, No. 18, but her age and date of death are there left blank. Thomas 



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heads the next paragraph. Ambrose himself, the father of all these children, 
died in August, 1662, when he must have been 80, if not go. He was not buried 
here. 

THOMAS BLAGGE, the third but eldest surviving son of Ambrose and 
Martha, was baptized here in 1613, and married Mary North of Mildenhall. He 
was a groom of the bedchamber to Charles I, and when the civil war broke out 
in 1642 he at once raised a regiment for the king's service. Probably his native 
village and the neighbourhood largely helped to fill the ranks of this regiment. 
His regiment suffered at the battle of Naseby in 1645. He afterwards was 
Governor of Wallingford, which after a long siege surrendered to the Parliament 
army but obtained very good terms. After the death of Charles I in 1649 he 
joined the young Prince Charles. After the battle of Worcester in 1651 he fled 
with Prince Charles and about sixty others. Having fled about 25 miles they 
reached John Penderel's house at Boscobel. Here they separated. Charles 
entrusted his watch to Lord Wilmot and his diamond badge as a Knight of the 
Order of the Garter to Col. Blagge, and after climbing up trees and many narrow 
escapes managed to take ship at Shoreham and get out of the country. Col. 
Blagge pursuing his flight in another direction hid the badge for safety sake ; but 
was soon taken prisoner and carried to the Tower of London. Whilst there 
somebody managed to find the badge and bring it to him. Not long afterwards 
he managed to escape from the Tower and was able to restore the badge to Prince 
(or King) Charles. The badge was a sacred thing in the eyes of every Knight of 
the Garter, and honour was concerned in the keeping of it. This particular badge 
had probably an additional sacredness from having been the one worn by Charles' 
father at his execution. Hence Col. Blagge's responsibility was great. 

The Colonel died within 6 months of the Restoration, on Nov. 14, 1660, and 
was buried in the north transept of Westminster Abbey. There was formerly a 
monument to him there, but it no longer exists. The long Latin inscription on it 
has been preserved. 

He left a widow, who survived him about 10 years, and four young daughters. 
Charles II and his brother, the Duke of York, do not seem to have forgotten the 
services of Col. Blagge after his death. His two daughters, Mary and Margaret, 
both became Maids of Honour to the Duchess of York, and after her death in 
1671 Margaret became Maid of Honour to Queen Catharine. 



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MARGARET BLAGGE. — Any temptation to give an account of her must 
be resisted, because strictly speaking she does not belong to Horringer, and I do 
not know that she ever could have been there. She was born in 1652, after that 
her father had left Horringer for court and camp. It must be enough to say that 
she must have been of a really excellent character. Brought up from early girl- 
hood in the not very healthy atmosphere of the Court of Charles II, she laid down 
for herself the strictest possible rules of conduct and managed to conform to them 
with undeviating steadfastness. In 1675 she quitted her post as Maid of Honour 
to the Queen of Charles II and married Mr. Sidney Godolphin. Three years 
afterwards, Sept. 1678, she died a few days after the birth of her first child. She 
was buried at Breage in Cornwall. Her husband was afterwards created Earl of 
Godolphin. The child who lost his mother at his birth was Francis, 2nd Earl of 
Godolphin. Both father and son were distinguished statesmen. 

The Hfe of Mrs. Godolphin (Margaret Blagge) was written by her great friend 
and admirer, John Evelyn the diarist ; it remained unpublished till 1848, when it 
was edited by Bishop Samuel VVilberforce. The continual stream of exaggerated 
praise which runs through the biography spoils it. It would have been better if 
more facts had been given and left to speak for themselves. To this life and its 
notes I am chiefly mdebted for the account I have given of Col. Blagge. Mary, 
the daughter of the 2nd Earl of Godolphin, and granddaughter of Margaret 
Blagge, married the Duke of Leeds. The present Duke of Leeds is consequently 
descended from the Horringer Blagges. A portrait of Col. Blagge was at Gog- 
magog Hills near Cambridge in 1848, and a portrait of Mrs. Margaret (Blagge) 
Godolphin was then at Wootton, the property of Mr. Evelyn, the descendant of 
the diarist. 

I have had no opportunity of examining title deeds, and so I cannot say exactly 
how or when Little Horringer passed from the Blagges to the Gipps's. I 
presume it was by purchase. The latest baptism of a Blagge here was in 1635 ; 
the earliest baptism of a Gipps was in 1645. I presume that the Blagges went 
and the Gipps's came between those two dates ; but it is only a presumption, and 
there is slight evidence that Margaret Blagge's mother may have been here in 
1651, when her husband was fleeing after the battle of Worcester. It is this. 

Thomas Hervey, the father of the first Earl of Bristol, was courting Isabella 
May for 10 years before their marriage, which took place in 1658. Seventy-three 
of his letters to her during this long courtship were copied by him into a blank 



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book which remains at Ickworth.* His letters were mostly written from Hen- 
grave, where his father, Sir William, was then living, Ickworth being then in an 
uninhabital:)le state, whilst she was generally staying with one or other of her 
relatives at Bury, Boxted, Rushbrook, or somewhere near. The correspondence 
and the interviews between them had to be secret and stolen, because her mother 
opposed the match. In one of these love letters, written I think in 1651, he says 
he wants her to write down something for his information and to let him have the 
letter as she let hhii have a former one, " which will not he hard to do if you will he 
at Mrs. Colloml Blagcrs about five of ye clock on Tuesday night next, ivhere I will not faile 
to meet yon.'' But I do not know how to reconcile her being there in 1651 with the 
Gipps Baptisms beginning in 1645. Possibly Mrs. Collonel Blagg's means a 
house at Mildenhall, she being a daughter of Sir Roger North of Mildenhall ; or 
it may mean a house at Bury or somewhere near. Or possibly the Gipps's came 
to some other house in Horringer before they got into Little Horringer hall. In 
another of these letters written during courtship, dated June 28, 1652, Thomas 
Hervey tells Isabella May that he had made a plot to come and see her at Bury, 
but that it was given out that she was gone to Horringer, so he did not go. Now 
if Mrs. Col. Blagge was living at Horringer in June, 1652, her daughter Margaret, 
born Aug. 2 in that year, would probably have been born there; but she does not 
appear in the Registers. However, the Registers being often defective, she may 
after all be a native of Horringer, in which case her biography here should have 
been fuller. It is very aggravating of Evelyn not to have told us. 

BOKENHAM. — ^The family of Bokenham or Buckenham possessed manors 
in various parts of Suffolk from early times, as a reference to the Supplement to 
the Suffolk Traveller or any County history will show. One branch preceded the 
Drurys at Hawsted. The Horringer Registers show a John Bokenham, clerk, 
buried at Horringer in 1595, his wife Isabel being buried there in 1587. This 
must be he who was rector of Ickworth from (I think) 1566 to 1595. He may 
have resided at Horringer for the same reason that Mr. Alexander did just 100 
years later, viz., the dilapidated state of Ickworth parsonage house ; or he may 
have been a relic of the family who preceded the Drurys at Hawstead and whose 
possessions extended into Horringer, and may have lived on his own estate. 

* These letters were published in 1894 with the letters of his son, John, Lord Bristol. 



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Others of the name besides this John will be found both in the Ickworth and 
Horringer Registers, but I cannot connect them. 

There was another clerk or clergyman of the name buried at Horringer, viz., 
Nicholas in 1634, but I have not been able to find out what living he held. 

BROOK. — For some years in the last century two brothers were respec- 
tively occupying Great and Little Horringer hall farms, William and Isaac 
Brook. 

William, the eldest of the two, succeeded the Goodchilds as tenant of Little 
Horringer hall in or about 1785. He died in 1795 aged 75 years, and was 
succeeded there by Isaac his son, who remained there till about 1810, when it 
became the home farm of the Ickworth estate. Isaac died in 1812 aged 50. Both 
are buried at Westley. 

Isaac senior, the brother of William, was occupying Great Horringer hall farm, 
then the property of the Davers family, for 30 or 40 years in the last century, and 
died in 1801 aged 71, and is also buried at Westley. He had several children 
baptized at Horringer between 1764 and 1780. 

One of them, Arthur, succeeded his father at Great Horringer hall and 
remained there till about 1814, when I imagine that he moved into the new house, 
Brooke House, which he had just built on his own property. An inscription in 
the church tells us that he munificently restored it. He was buried at Westley 
in 1859 aged 86 years. Though he was a native of Horringer, and had spent the 
whole of his long life there, and had built a house there and restored the church 
there, yet he was taken to Westley for burial. I am told that the reason was 
that he objected to the water which lay in the vault at Horringer church. 

Another son, Thomas, lived to a great age and was buried at Horringer in 1869 
aged 91 years. 

Another son, Stephen, died in 1798 aged 32 according to his tombstone. It 
was he who for some reason or other had the marriage service repeated. (See 
page 129, note.) 

The name is spelt sometimes Brook, sometimes Brookes. There was a John 
and Carr or Carolina Brook having children baptized here in 1703 and following 
years, but I do not see any connection between them and the two brothers, 
William and Isaac, who first came to reside here 60 or 70 years after that, and 
who were not baptized here. 



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REV. RICHARD BURGESS was presented to the rectory of Ickworth 
and Horringer by the Crown in 1869 on the promotion of Lord Arthur Hervey to 
the bishoprick of Bath and Wells. He was born in 1796, educated at St. John's 
Colleo-e, Cambridge, ordained in 1820, chaplain to EngHsh residents at Geneva in 
1828, and to those at Rome in 1831. In 1835 he took his D.D. degree. In 1836 
he was appointed rector of Upper Chelsea, where he remained for twenty-five 
years. He was a prebend of St. Paul's Cathedral, and died in April 188 r at 
Brighton aged 85. He was the author of many publications, including sermons 
and works on the antiquities of Rome and a tour in Greece. A memoir of him 
will be found in the Diet : of Nat : Biography. 

CHERRY.— See Appendix XI. 

CO V ELL. — The Registers show that the Covells were in Horringer before 
the year 1600. Their estate was at the south end of the parish, where Horringer 
house now stands. Apparently they came to an end in the male line with 
Thomas Covel who died in 171 5, and the estate passed to John Kettle, who (I 
think) had married Elizabeth Covell. His son, John Kettle, sold it in 1737 to 
Valentine Mumby or Mumbee of Ixworth, whose son Valentine in 1768 sold it to 
John Everall. It, or a part of the Covell estate, has been successively owned 
since then by Mr. Charles Hill Hall, Mr. George Bevan, Mr. Marriot, and is now 
the property of Mr. Lainson. There does not appear to be anything left of the 
house that the Covells lived in, the present house being the work of Mr. Mumbee 
with subsequent additions. 

In 1599 there was baptized William the eldest of the two sons of William 

Covell. William sen. died in 1625, and William jun. married Alice very 

soon afterwards. Between 1627 and 1638 six children of William and Alice are 
brought to the font, three sons and three daughters. Something can be seen and 
said of all the three sons, William, Thomas and John. William, the father of 
these three sons, died in 1661. See tombstone No. 15. 

WILLIAM COVELL, the eldest, was baptized in 1627. From his being 
afterwards called Capt. Covell I imagine that he took a part in the civil war 
which broke out in 1642. Very probably he served in the regiment which was 
raised by Col. Blagge of Little Horringer hall. (See Blagge.) He is not down 
in Doyle's Army Lists beginning at 166 1, so that apparently by the time that the 



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war was over he had had enough of it and came back to Horringer. Between 
1662 and 1 67 1 five children of him and Mary his wife are brought to the font in 
Horringer church, viz., John, Ann, Thomas, Richard, Richard. Thomas and the 
two Richards all died unmarried, and John had only one daughter. 

In 1695, when John Hervey, afterwards ist Earl of Bristol, had lately succeeded 
to the Ickworth estate on the death of his father. Sir Thomas, he was acting as 
his steward. Whether he had been so in the time of Sir Thomas, I know not. 
There is a long letter written to him by John Hervey dated Jan. 1700, and 
beginning " Honest Will Covell." It is only interesting as showing the old 
manor house at Ickworth near the church tumbling to pieces, and as mentioning- 
a meeting at the Red house, which I presume to be the Horringer inn. (Letter 190.) 

He does not appear to have been a very businesslike steward. In 1702, when 
John Hervey was turning a farm house, the present Ickworth Lodge, into a 
mansion for himself, he writes to his wife to say that he cannot join her in 
London, because the head brick-burner at Ickworth has run away, the men can't 
get their wages. Will : Covell has done nothing that he ought to have done, and 
everything is in a state of chaos. He says that " the poor workmen follow me about 
in shoales, crying, We are ready to starve and can gett no money of the noble Captain : so 
that I've been forced to pay off all their bills myself and write all their acquittances for 
them.'' Letters 204, 206. 

Apparently William Covell had a tongue, as John Hervey writing to Lady 
Gipps of Little Horringer hall, with whom he had lately made an exchange of 
land, assures her that no complaint about the terms had been made, '^unless by 
Mr. Covell, whose tongue, Madam, I've no more command of than himself" Letter 260. 

That is as much as I can glean of William, except to say that in spite of his 
supposed unbusinesslike ways he seems to have earned his employer's regard. 
His death is recorded in John Hervey's diary. " 7707. April 9. Wednesday, my 
steward Will Covell dyed." His tombstone. No. 15, tells us that he was 79 years of age. 

THOMAS COVELL, the second son, was baptized in 1634. There is a 
beautifully executed Survey of Ickworth done by him in 1665, and showing 
exactly the extent and the boundaries of eighteen farms among which the present 
park, being temporarily disparked, was divided.''' The map made to accompany 

* This Survey has lately been beautifully printed in facsimile under the editorship of 
Lord John Hervey. 



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this Survey most unfortunately cannot be found. The John Hervey for whom 
this Survey was made held office in the Court of Charles II, and was uncle to the 
John Hervey who was created Earl of Bristol and from whose Letters and Diary 
I am frequently quoting. Whether Thomas Covell acted as his steward or not I 
do not know. I presume that he did. There is also at Ickworth a beautifully 
executed map of Little Saxham hall, then the property of the Crofts, made by this 
same Thomas Covell. 

The only allusion to him that I can see in Lord Bristol's Diary is under 
1704. April 24. " Thomas Covell and mvsclf executed ye deed for exchange of land in 
Buchstal." Buckstall is also mentioned in an account of the admeasurement of 
Ickworth park pale, entered into the above Survey book in 1702. ''From the old 
(rate way of My. Thomas Govels back lane end round Buckstall to Govels corner at the 
market stile is 175 rods.'" I take it that Buckstall is somewhere near the gate called 
Hammond's gate and the old brick-field. It would also appear from these last 
two quotations as if Thomas Covel occupied the Covel family estate, though he 
was the second son. Where William lived I know not. It is unfortunate that 
the rates printed in Appendix VI should be torn off just as they reach the Covels. 
In 1664 Thomas Covel married Judith Blagge, sister of Col. Thomas Blagge. 
(See Blagge.) As the Gipps's had before this arrived at Little Horringer, the 
Blagges must have left it, so I do not know where Judith Blagge could have been 
living at the time. But at any rate Thomas Covel and Judith Blagge had both 
been baptized in the same church and had spent the days of their childhood 
within a mile of each other. They were married by license. The license was 
taken out in the Bishop of London's Office." Both their ages are stated to be 30. 
In reality she was rather more, being 44. They do not appear to have had any 
children. 

I have nothing more to say about them except that the inevitable end came to 
them in due course. He died in 17 15 aged 81, and with him the Covells of 
Horringer came to an end ; she died in 1707 aged 87. Both their names will be 
found on a stone within the church. No. 18. 

JOHN COVELL. — We now come to the youngest and most distinguished 

* This license is priateJ in Col. Chester's London Marriage Licenses edited by Mr. Joseph 
Foster. They take out a license to be married at Horningsheath, VVestley or Rickworth. This 
last is an obvious mistake for Ickworth. 



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of the three brothers. A Hfe of him will be found in the Diet : of National 
Biography, to which I am mainly indebted for the following account. His 
baptism will be found in these Registers under April 14, 1638. He first went to 
the Bury Grammar School, and then in 1654, when he was about 2 days short of 
16 years, he went up to Christ's College, Cambridge. In due course he took his 
degrees and became a fellow of his college. Having taken orders he was 
appointed in 1670 chaplain to the Levant Company, and also acted as chaplain to 
Sir Daniel Harvey and Sir John Finch, successive ambassadors to the Porte. He 
resigned this appointment in 1676 and reached London in 1679, the intermediate 
time having been spent in travelling. His journals of his travels are in the 
British Museum. He was a botanist and sent home rare plants. 

On getting back to England he resided at his college. In 1680 the Bishop of 
Ely presented him to the sinecure rectory of Littlebury in Essex, and in 1681 his 
college presented him to the rectory of Kegworth in Leicestershire. In 1681 he 
was also appointed to succeed Ken as chaplain to the Princess of Orange, and 
went to reside at the Hague. In 1685 an intercepted letter of his caused him to 
be instantly dismissed and sent back to England. In 1688 he was appointed 
Master of Christ's College^ and there he remained till his death in 1722. That 
same year he had published a folio volume entitled, "Some account of the present 
Greek church," the result of his chaplain days at Constantinople. 

One can imagine that he may sometimes have come over from Cambridge 
during the latter part of his life to see his native place and his kinsfolk who remained 
there, but otherwise Horringer could not have seen much of him after he had left 
the Grammar School. There are two letters written to him by John Lord Bristol 
in Dec. 1706 and Dec. 1707, but there is not much in them. From the first of 
them it appears that he had lately paid Lord Bristol a visit at Ickworth, and had 
afterwards composed some verses which he attributed to the influence of the air of 
Ickworth park, a little compliment which no doubt gratified Lord Bristol. The 
verses appear to have been in honour of some great hero of the day, probably the 
Duke of Marlborough. Letters 266.272. From the account of Dr. Covel in the 
Diet : of Nat : Biog: it appears that among his numerous journals and other manu- 
scripts at the British Museum there are a few attempts at poetry. 

He was buried in his college chapel where there is an inscription to him ; and 
the college possesses two portraits of him, one painted by a German, Valentine 
Ritz, and the other by Sir Peter Lely. He was never married. 



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There was a family named Coel at Debden in the 17th century, but I do not 
think that they had anything to do with the Covells of Horringer, nor even that 
the name is the same. 

REV. HENRY CRASKE— In 1729 Rev. Henry Craske of Reed was 
married here to Ehzabeth Ray of Bury. He was a son of Wilham Craske, a 
brewer of Bury St. Edmunds ; educated at Bury Grammar School and Caius 
College, Cambridge; ordained in 1715; presented by John, Lord Bristol, to the 
livings of Anwick and Brauncewell in Lincolnshire, and by Col. Norton, M.P. for 
Bury, to the rectory of Shotley in Suffolk in 1730. He was also Rector of Ford- 
ham in Essex. He was preacher at St. James' church. Bury, from 1723 to 1743. 
He was chaplain to Lord Bristol, and was one of the royal chaplains. He is 
mentioned now and then in Lord Bristol's letters, and appears to have committed 
the sin, which in Lord Bristol's sight was unpardonable, of not giving him political 
support in Bury. 

The rectory of Shotley became vacant in 1730, and Lord Bristol applied for it 
for his own son Charles Hervey. Letter 917. But Alderman Ray of Bury had 
also applied for it for his son-in-law, Henry Craske. And the patron. Col. Norton, 
being M.P. for Bury, and not wishing to give any offence there, presented Henry 
Craske. In July 1733 Lady Bristol writes to her husband from Tunbridge-Wells 
and says, " Tliat ivretched felloiv Craske has preached here, but did not remember y.ou in his 
prayer, which ivas taken notice of, but I suppose he forgot he was your chaplain or that you 
raised him."' (Letter 967.) I presume that the prayer in which he should have 
expressly mentioned Lord Bristol was the bidding prayer, now seldom heard. 

In Dec. 1738 Lord Bristol writes from Ickworth to his son Lord Hervey in 
London, and says, " The present state of affairs in the Corporation of Bury being brought 
into great confusion by the imprudent, unpopular management of his Majesty's neiiJ chaplain, 
Mr. Craske, in favour o-f Col. Norton's interest.'" He died in 1743. 

DAVERS. — The family of Davers properly belongs to the volume which will 
contain the Rushbrooke Registers ; but as they possessed and resided in Horringer, 
a short account of their origin must be given here. In the reign of Charles I the 
forced loans and other arbitrary measures were causing many people to leave the 
country and cross the seas in order to find a freedom which they could not find at 
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several lists of those who went out, taken from MSS in the Public Record Office. 
There is one list giving the names and ages of 78 persons who went out to the 
Barbadoes in the ship Falcoln in April, 1635. They are mostly men under 30, 
many in their teens. Amongst them is Robert Davers, 14 years. There is 
nothing to show whether he was with friends or by himself. He is the only one 
of his name in the list. 

Further on in the same volume is another list. It is 44 years later than the 
above list, being dated Dec. 23, 1679. It is a list of the owners of land in the 
parish of St. George's in the island of Barbadoes. They are 122 in number, own- 
ing between them 9569 acres, with iii white servants, and 4316 negroes. 

The first two names on the list are 

Robert Davers Esq. 305 acres, 8 white servants, 200 negroes. 
Mr. Robert Davers jun. 47 acres, — — 

I take it that Robert Davers Esq. in the later list is the Robert Davers, 14 years, 
of the former list, and that in the course of 44 years the usual half-crown which 
the boy took out in his pocket had fructified into 305 acres and 200 slaves. 

Very soon after the date of this last list he must have returned to England with 
young Robert, and bought Rougham, near Bury St. Edmunds, for he was made 
a baronet by Charles II in May 1682. 

Burke (Extinct Baronetcies) says that he made a fortune in the Barbadoes and 
was made a baronet in consideration of his own and his father's losses for the royal 
cause. But I expect that is merely imagined in order to give him a more aristo- 
cratic origin. He went out before the civil war began, probably a friendless and 
penniless boy. 

He died m or about 1688. His son Robert, the Mr. Robert jun. of the second 
list, succeeded him as second baronet. This Robert must have been born in the 
Barbadoes and have come home with his father. Whilst living at Rougham he 
married his next door neighbour, Mary Jermyn of Rushbrooke. They were 
married in Rushbrooke church in Feb. 1682. Mary Jermyn was the eldest of the 
five daughters and co-heiresses of Thomas, Lord Jermyn. This marriage 
eventually brought the Rushbrooke property to the Davers family, and the second 
Sir Robert Davers of Rougham became Sir Robert Davers of Rushbrooke. 

This Sir Robert Davers of Rushbrooke had several children, two of whom were 
for a time resident in Horrmger, viz., Admiral Thomas Davers, and Isabella. 
Isabella will be found in these notes under Moyle. 



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ADMIRAL THOMAS DAVERS.— We have seen that the Blagges had 
Little Horringer hall from about 1570 to about 1640. We shall see that the Gipps 
family succeeded them and had it from about 1640 to about 1720. Not having 
title deeds before me I cannot give exact dates. The next owner after the Gipps's 
seems to have been Thomas Davers. How he got it I don't know, but I presume 
by purchase. He seems to have done something to the house ; probably he put 
in sash windows, which were then a comparatively new fashion ; for in 1736 Lady 
Bristol was rebuilding the family house at Bury, now known as the Court House ; 
and being in London she writes to her husband at Ickworth to ask him to get from 
Capt. Davers the agreement that he had made with his glazier to guide her in 
making an agreement with her glazier. Lord Bristol writes back that he has con- 
stantly asked Capt. Davers for it without effect. At last he is able to get it and 
send it to his wife. " You have been so very urgent about the enclosed account, that I 
gave Capt. Davers no rest, wherever I mett him, till he found it for you.'' Letters 1022, 
1023, 1025. Soon after 1751 George, Lord Bristol, bought Little Horringer from 
the widow and son of Thomas Davers for ^"6600. He pulled down the old hall, 
and a farm house arose in its place just outside the moat. (See Goodchild.) 

Thomas Davers was born about i68g and went into the navy. A short account 
of his professional life will be found in Charnock's Biographia Navalis. From 
this I learn that in 1734 he commanded the Grafton of 70 guns, one of the fleet 
under Sir John Norris. In 1739 during the war with Spain he was appointed to 
the Suffolk, and sent with Sir Chaloner Ogle to the West Indies on the expedition 
against Carthagena. After the failure of that enterprize he remained there. He 
returned to England in 1742, and in the course of the next two years became rear- 
admiral of the red and vice-admiral of the white. In the latter half of 1744 he 
was appointed commander-in-chief of a squadron ordered out to Jamaica, where he 
staid till his death. In April 1745 he was promoted to be vice-admiral of the red. 
He died at Jamaica of yellow fever on Sept. 16, 1746. (Charnock says 1747, but 
his tombstone says 1746.) He appears to have done what he had to do with zeal 
and ability, without doing anything very remarkable. 

There is a letter from John, Lord Bristol, written to him in Oct. 1743, during 
one of his short stays in England. Lord Bristol says that he hears that the time 
is coming when justice will be done him and he will get a flag, '■'■and the bearer, my 
grandson Augustus, being more ambitious of being your Captain than of any other present 
preferment, if you would be so good as a neighbour and relation to think him worthy of that 



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honour, the obligation would be too great to be ever forgott by, Rir, your most affectionate 
friend and humble servant, Bristol.'" Letter 1 184. So we can picture young Augustus 
with this note in his hand walking over from his grandfather's house, Ickworth 
Lodge, to the Admiral's at Little Horringer hall. 

Admiral Davers was buried in Jamaica, and there in St. Andrew's church is a 
monument erected by his wife with a very long inscription. The inscription is 
printed in Capt. Lawrence Archer's Monumental Inscriptions of the British West 
Indies. From it one learns that he died in his 58th year after 40 years of service, 
that he married Katherine, only daughter of William Smithson of Yorkshire, an 
heiress, niece to Lord Jermyn and Lord Dover, by whom he had three sons and 
twelve daughters, of whom only one son and three daughters survived him. It 
would appear from that that his wife was his cousin on his mother's side. Bein"- 
a naval man his fifteen children will probably be found scattered about in a good 
many Registers. The Horrmger Register of Baptisms has five of them, viz. Mary 
1732, Mary 1735, Henrietta 1736, Mary 1738, Isabella 1742. Of these Isabella 
and the three Maries were all laid in Horringer churchyard within a year of their 
birth. Thomas was the one surviving son of the Admiral. He was educated at 
Bury Grammar School. Perhaps it would have been better for him if he too had 
been laid in some churchyard within a year of his birth. Like several of his Davers 
cousins, he seems to have been of an eccentric and unhappy turn of mind and to 
have come to an untimely end. The Gentleman's Magazine for 1767 says that he 
built at great expence a little fort on the Thames near Blackwall known as Davers' 
folly, and that shortly before putting an end to his own hfe he wrote this on a card : 
Descended from an ancient and honourable family, I have for fifteen years past suffered more 
indigence than ever gentleman before submitted to ; neglected by my acquaintance, traduced by 
my enemies, and insulted by the vulgar, I am so reduced, worn doivn and tired, that I have 
nothing left but that lasting repose, the first and dernier inheritance of all. 

The name Davers was sometimes written Danvers. It is so written on Admiral 
Davers' monument in Jamaica, and in some of the early volumes of the Gentleman's 
Magazine. Admiral Davers signs his name, T. Davers, in one of the Horringer 
Parish books as having attended a vestry meeting on Easter Monday, 1737. The 
letters are very large, each one as large as the initial one. 

DEITON.— See Duke. 



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JASPER DESPOTINE.— This gentleman, a native of Venice and for many 
years a resident in Bury St. Edmunds, came to be married at Horringer church, 
and so a note must be made of him. 

We have already seen how that when Bedell returned to Bury from Venice 
early in 1611, he was accompanied by an Italian physician named Despotine. He 
had begun a friendship with him at Venice which lasted through life. Despotine 
had become a Protestant, probably under his influence, and now came and 
started a practice at Bury while his friend was preaching at St. Mary's church. 
They lodged together at the house of Mr. Nunne, wherever that was. Bedell 
taught the Italian physician the English language, without which he could not 
have got on with his patients. Bedell was married in the following year, but 
remained in Bury four years more, when he was appointed to Horringer. Three 
years later, in i6ig, Despotine was married at Horringer church, apparently 
coming there in order that the ceremony might be performed in the church of his 
old friend. His wife, Susan Brand, seems to have belonged to a wealthy clothier's 
family, who had property at Boxford and Edwardston in Suffolk. Dr. Despotine 
had three daughters baptized in St. Mary's church, and his practice in Bury 
prospered. 

His will, dated Dec. 1648, proved July 1650, has been printed among other Bury 
wills by the Camden Society, edited by that useful local historian, the late Samuel 
Tymms. He there speaks of himself as "an alien borne, but divers yeares since 
by the king's favour made free denizen." He wishes his body to be buried in the 
night privately by the body of his daughter Isabel. His other two daughters and 
his wife were still living. He leaves £10 to the poor of Bury, £^ to the poor of 
Nedging in Suffolk, where he had an estate, and various other legacies, including 
£^ to William Bedell of Rattlesden, the son of his old friend. 

Dr. Despotine's daughter Catherine was married to Sir John Poley, Knt. of 
Bury St. Edmunds, who was third son of Sir William Poley, Knt. of Boxted by 
his wife Ann, daughter of Sir Robert Jermyn of Rushbrooke. Sir John was buried 
at Boxted in 1664, and Catherine his widow in 1670. They had four sons and a 
daughter baptized at St. Mary's in Bury St. Edmunds. The second son was 
christened Despotine. 

JOHN FOWLER DOVE succeeded Mrs. Gedge at the Hopleys (see Gedge) 
about the year 1834, and died there in Oct. 1866 aged 79 years all but three days. 



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See Tombstone No. 206. He had been a London printer and publisher. Pitman's 
School Shakespeare and Pitman's edition of John Lightfoot's works were amongst 
others printed by him at St. John's Square, London, in and about 1820. 

DUKE. — Only one of this name enters into the Horringer Registers, viz., 
Jermyn Duke, baptized in" 1571. 

The Dukes were settled at Brampton in Suffolk for 200 years or more till a 
little before 1600, when they moved to Benhall. 

The above Jermyn Duke, whose parents names are not given, must be a 
younger son of Edward and Dorothy Duke. 

Edward Duke was the last of Brampton and the first of Benhall, which he 
bought. He died in 1598. Dorothy his wife was a daughter of Sir Ambrose 
Jermyn of Rushbrooke who married Dame Blagge (see Blagge), and sister of Sir 
Robert Jermyn who married Hester Blagge, and aunt of Sir Thomas Jermyn who 
befriended Bishop Bedell. There is a very good brass of Edward and Dorothy 
Duke in the chancel of Benhall church. Sixteen children are represented on it, 
marching two and two. Jermyn Duke seems to have been the sixth of eighteen 
children. The eldest was Ambrose, whose son Edward, created a baronet in 
1 661, is said to have had twenty-nine children, in spite of which the baronetcy 
became extinct on the death in 1732 of Edward his grandson, the third baronet. 

Ann Jermyn, a sister of the above Dorothy Duke, married William Tyndale, 
son of Sir Thomas Tyndale, a Norfolk knight, and she was buried at Horringer 
in 1574. 

Another sister, Margaret Jermyn, was married in Horringer church in 1569 to 
Thomas Dyton, a Lincolnshire gentleman. A child of this marriage was baptized 
at Rushbrooke. 

Another sister, Hester, as we have already seen (under Blagge) married a sort of 
half-brother, Henry Blagge of Little Horringer hall. 

Where these other connections of the Jermyns lived, Duke, Dyton and 
Tyndale, who seem to have dropped into Horringer and out again directly after- 
wards like falling stars, I don't know. But it is possible that they may have 
occupied the late Abbot's house. Great Horringer hall, before it became a farm- 
house. Or if that had already been a farm-house in the Abbot's time on account of 
the nearness of Little Horringer hall, which would have made another residential 
house unnecessary, then there may have been some other residential house in the 



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parish belonging to the lord of the manor, who lent it or let it to one or other of 
his daughters or sisters. 

SOPHY DUNCOMBE. — No Buncombes will be found in the Registers ; 
but as a certain Sophia or Sophy Buncombe resided for a time in Horringer I make 
a note about her. She was the daughter of Sir John Buncombe, Knight, and her 
mother was Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Humphry May. Sir John was sent to 
Parliament to represent the Corporation of Bury from 1661 to 1679. Lady 
Buncombe was a sister of Isabella May, whom Thomas Hervey, then living at 
Hengrave, courted secretly for nine long years. Buring the courtship Lady 
Buncombe's house at Bury was one of the places where they contrived to meet 
without the knowledge of Lady May, who forbid the courtship. This was in 1651 
and following years. The Registers of St. James' parish, and, I think, also those 
of St. Mary's, show Sir John and Lady Buncombe residing in Bury between 1650 
and 1660. In 1661 Lady May, the enemy to the courtship, was buried at St. 
Mary's, Bury. As Thomas Hervey and Isabella May eventually married, their 
son John, first Lord Bristol, was first cousin to the children of Sir John 
Buncombe. There is frequent allusion to them in Lord Bristol's letters, and it is 
only from these letters that I know that Sophy Buncombe resided at one time at 
Horringer. 

In 1718 Lord Bristol writes from Ickworth to his wife in London, and says he 
has not time to write much, because Sir John Holland from Bury had dined with 
him and stayed till near night, and after he was gone he and his daughter Betty 
had walked over to take leave of Mrs. Buncombe, and came home by moonlight. 
And Lady Bristol answers that she is much hurt, because instead of telling her 
how miserable he is without her, he only tells her how agreeably he is spending 
his time " with polite Sir John all day and mad Sophy at night." 

In 1720 Sophy Buncombe seems to have been still at Horringer, as he writes 
from Ickworth that "she has been here all this evening." In 1731 she was no 
longer there, as he writes to his cousin saying that the only thing wanting to 
make Ickworth perfectly pleasant " is to have you again in our neighbourhood at 
Horringer ; " but apparently she had then left it for good. She led a gay life at 
Court and elsewhere, and some letters from her to Lady Sundon will be found 
printed in the Sundon Correspondence. In 1749, 1750, when Lord Bristol was 
past 80 and she could not have been less, there are letters from him to his son 



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Felton, from which it appears that she was then in great poverty. She died with 
her name unchanged. Where she Hved in Horringer I cannot say. She probably 
was not a tenant of Lord Bristol's, as very little indeed of Horringer at that time 
belonged to the Ickworth estate. It has mostly been acquired since then. (Letters 
524, 526, 598, 937, 1323, etc.) 

EWIN. — This family lived in Horringer for in years, from 1634 to 1745, 
and then the place knew them no more. There were three successive John Ewins, 
father, son, and grandson. The first one came here in 1634, was married here in 
that year and again in 1645, and died, both he and his wife, in 1675. 

The second John was born in 1634 ^^^ ^^^'^ ^^ ^703- 

The third John was born in 1669 and died in 1745. His two sons, John and 
William, had both died before him, and only daughters survived him, so that the 
name died out here. 

The second of these three Johns occupied Great Horringer hall farm (see 
Appendix IV), and I have little doubt but that they all three did in succession, 
though there are no lists of ratepayers to prove it. Possibly the first John was 
the first tenant of Horringer hall after it became a farm-house. The owner of 
Rushbrooke, to whom it had come soon after the Abbot of Bury had been 
extinguished for ever, would not want another residential house so near Rush- 
brooke, and it would be found more convenient to turn it into a farm-house, and 
possibly John Ewen No. i was the first farmer who lived there. 

Susan, a daughter of the third and last John Ewen, married Castell Goodchild, 
who was the first tenant of Little Horringer hall after that became a farm-house. 
(See Goodchild.) 

Another daughter of the third John Ewen had the name Delariviere, or 
Dyllavera as it is written. For the origin of this christian name in Horringer see 
Appendix XII. 

The name Ewin is occasionally in the Registers spelt Eurn. 

There is a picturesque group of tombstones belonging to this family between 
the two paths on the south side of the church, Nos. 23 to 29. 

SAMUEL FIRMIN.^In Feb. 1738/9 will be found the baptism of Thomas 
son of Samuel and Sarah Firmin. From the Jermyn MSS in the library of the 
Suffolk Archaeological Institute I learn that in 1830 there died aged 93 years John 



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H. Firmin of Bricked house, Hawkedon. He gave Dr. Jermyn, who had been 
curate at Hawkedon, a pedigree of his family. From this pedigree it appears 
that there was a Rev. John Firmin of Stanstead, who amongst other children had 
a son Samuel who lived at Dean farm, Hawkedon. This Samuel had a son 
Samuel who lived at Horringer and was buried at Bury. Thomas whose baptism 
was at Horringer in after life lived at Hatfield Broad Oak. John of Bricked 
house, brother to the elder of the two Samuels, was father of John who gave the 
pedigree to Dr. Jermyn. 

REV. EDWARD FORSTER.— In 1702 will be found the marriage of 
Richard Forster and Hester Ernesby. Richard is there a mistake in the original 
register for Edward. His death at the age of 37 happened in 1704, hers in 1717. 
Their gravestones are Appendix II, No. 5. 

He was of Queen's College, Cambridge, B.A. in 1689. In 1690 he was 
appointed to the living of Badley near Stowmarket, the old possession of the 
Poleys, which was just then passing by inheritance from them to the Gipps family 
of Little Horringer hall. (See Gipps.) I notice in the Graduati Cantabrigienses 
that Queen's College was the college to which many of the Poleys went. 
Therefore some college acquaintanceship may have led to Edward Forster being 
appointed to Badley. And as Lady Gipps, the widow of Sir Richard Gipps and 
the daughter and heiress of the last Foley of Badley, was at this time residing at 
Little Horringer hall, that may be somehow the cause, direct or indirect, of his 
living at Horringer. 

His wife, Hester Ernesby or Arnsby, seems to have been one of a family that 
was connected with Horringer for a short time. She could hardly be the Hester 
daughter of Richard who was baptized in 1687, but she might be a daughter of 
John Ernesby whose name is on tombstone No. 20. That John appears to have 
come down in the world, but he married the daughter, probably more or less of 
an heiress, of Josias Wright, and Mr. Forster may have lived on his wife's copy- 
hold or hfehold estate. Josias Wright's lands are mentioned in Thomas Covel's 
Survey of Ickworth made in 1665, and a careful examination of that Survey might 
locate them exactly. They seem to have lain on the Horringer side of Ickworth 
and the Ickworth side of Horringer. Possibly he was in part a tenant of the 
Gipps's. 

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at the early age of 37 he held the Hving of Badley for 14 years. Badley is a 
picturesque little church, both in itself and in its situation. It has not yet been 
ruined by a hard, unfeeling, priggish kind of restoration, as many Suffolk churches 
have, and its flat monuments have not yet been covered over with encaustic tiles, 
as they have been in St. James' Church, Bury St. Edmunds ! ! ! 

REV. JOHN FRENCH.— He was educated at Christ's College, Cambridge, 
B.A. in 1712. In 1721 he was appointed rector of Great Saxham, which he held 
till his death. From 1727 to 1745 he was reader at St. Mary's, Bury. From 
1744 to 1758 he was preacher or lecturer at St. James'. In Feb. 1758 he was 
appointed by Sir Robert Davers to the rectory of Horringer on the death of Dr. 
Symonds. He held it till his death, but never resided here. He died in Jan. 
1767, aged 77 years, and was buried at Great Saxham, where there is a gravestone 
for him, for Elizabeth his wife who died Aug. 1772, aged 77, for Rev. Robert 
French, his son, an old Bury Grammar School boy, who died June 1771, aged 43, 
and for Christina Parkinson, his daughter, who died Oct. 1802. 

PETER GEDGE. — On Thursday, July 11, 1782, appeared No. i of the 
Bwyy Post and Universal Advertiser. It opened with an address from the proprietors, 
signed Green, Gedge, Deck & Co. 

Green was William Green, a printer and bookseller in Cook Row. He also 
sold medicines which were largely advertised. 

Deck was Philip Deck, a book and print seller at the Post Office in Bury. He 
had "a pleasing collection" of some thousands of volumes, and printed a 
catalogue. He also sold coins, seals, paintings, etc. I regret to state that he 
also sold medicines. 

Gedge was Peter Gedge, a young man lately come to Bury from Norwich, and 

nephew to William Green. As he afterwards became a resident in Horringer he 

must have a note. He was the grandson of Peter Gedge of Old Buckenham in 

Norfolk, and son of Peter Gedge, a manufacturer, of Norwich. His mother was 

Alice Chase, daughter of William Chase, the first publisher and proprietor of the 

Norwich Mercury, and the ancestor of many journalists.* Sarah Chase, sister to 

Alice Chase, was married to William Green, the Bury bookseller. 

* I am indebtttd to Mr. Arthur Johnson Gedpe of Baldock for Gedge pedigrees. He tells 
me that as late as 18(i4 the Worcc.ttn- Herald, the Norfolk Chronicle, and the Bury Po»t 
were all owned and conducted by descendants of this William Chase. I am also indebted to 
Mr. H. R. Barker for a reference to Rev. F. S. Growse's History of Bildeston, which contains 
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Peter Gedge was born in August, 1758, and so was under 24 years at the time 
of the starting of the 5wyy Pos^. In Oct, 1784 the death of William Green was 
announced at the age of 52. He left two daughters, Margaret and Sarah. In 
March 1785 Sarah Green was married to her first cousin, Peter Gedge, who 
immediately afterwards is announced as printer of the Btcry Post and as succeeding 
to William Green's business. At the same time the title of the paper is changed 
to the more modest one of Bury Post or Suffolk and Norfolk Advertiser, and the day 
of issue is changed from Thursday to Wednesday. 

Sarah. Gedge died on Dec. 3, 1793, aged 31 years. Her mural tablet in St. 
Mary's Church tells us that ''she was a mirror in which personal beauty was seen only 
to reflect the still more resplendent qualities of her mind." Mr, A, J, Gedge tells me 
that he recollects a portrait of her by Gainsborough (?), representing " a most 
fascinating and charming personaHty." 

Peter Gedge married secondly Ann Johnson. She was the only child of James 
Johnson of Bury St. Edmunds, 1723-1791, a former Alderman of Bury. Her 
grandfather James Johnson, and her great grandfather Jacob Johnson, were both 
mercers of Bury. By this second marriage he had several children, (i) Ann, 
1797 to 1824, when she was buried at Horringer. (App : II, No. i ; App : III, 
No. 143.) (2) Rev. Joseph, 1799 to 1893, rector of Bildeston. (3) Johnson, 1800 
to 1863, who succeeded his father in the conducting of the Bury Post. (4) Rev, 
Sydney, 1802 to 1883. Of this last there is a memoir in the Dictionary of 
National Biography, from which I learn that after being educated at the Bury 
Grammar School and St. Catharine's Coll : Cambridge, he became curate of 
Runcton in Norfolk ; from 1835 to 1859 he was second Master of King Edward's 
School at Birmingham; from 1859 to 1875 he was vicar of All Saints, North- 
ampton, He was a Liberal in politics and a great supporter of the C,M,S. His 
name will sometimes be found as officiating in Horringer Church. His son, 
Sydney Gedge, now represents Walsall in Parliament. 

What year Peter Gedge came to live at the Hopleys in Horringer I have not 
been able to find out. He first appears in 1806 as paying a yearly rent of £8 los. 
to the Ickworth estate, which in 1815 was increased to ;/r28 19s. In the 
Horringer Rate-book for 1813 he is rated at ^34 a year, and in 1815 at ^48. 
Earlier rate-books do not appear to exist. He was present at a vestry meeting at 
Horringer on Dec. 18, 181 7, when it was decided to accept Mr. Arthur Brook's 
offer to restore the church at his own expense. On Jan. 7, 181 8, he died 



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" suddenly at his cottage at Horningsheath," aged 59 years. His political 
principles were those of Charles James Fox, whom he is said to have resembled 
in personal appearance. Though buried at Horringer a tablet was put up to his 
memory in St. Mary's Church at Bury with this inscription, " To the memory of 
Peter Gedge, printer, who first established the neivspapev published in this town. He died 
Jan. 7, 1878, aged 59 years. Like a worn-out type he is returned to the Founder, in hopes 
of being recast in a better and more perfect mould.'' 

I imagine that his widow, Ann Gedge, continued to occupy the Hopleys till 
1833, as her name is in the rate-book till then. In 1834 it is gone, and that of 
John Fowler Dove takes her place. In 1829 Johnson Gedge was appointed 
churchwarden of Horringer. Ann Gedge died at Bury in April 1840, aged 70 
years, but was brought to Horringer for burial. 

There had been a family named Gedge living in Horringer 180 years before 
Peter Gedge came there, but I do not know if they were of the same stock. The 
descendants of Peter Gedge appear to be very numerous now. 

GIPPS. — The Gipps family succeeded the Blagges at Little Horringer hall. 
I have already said (see Blagge) that as the Blagge baptisms leave off at 1635 
and the Gipps baptisms begin at 1645, the one must have gone out and the other 
come in between those two dates, unless the new-comers had some other house in 
the parish for a time and so they over-lapped. I don't know that it was so nor 
that it wasn't. Not having title deeds before me I am rather in the dark. But 
as Mr. Gage had title deeds before him and does not temporarily put them any- 
where else, I presume that they came straight to Little Horringer hall not long 
before 1645, the Blagges having by that time sold it and gone. 

RICHARD GIPPS. — The first to come was Richard, who according to Mr. 
Gage was the son of Richard of London, Judge of the Sheriff's Court. The wife 
of Richard the Londoner was Margaret, daughter of Valentine Pell. The wife of 
young Richard of Horringer was Martha Seaman of Yarmouth. 

Richard and Martha had nine children baptized here between 1645 and 1657, 
viz., Margaret, Richard, John, Thomas, Elizabeth, George, Martha, Mary, 
Elizabeth. He was buried here in 1663. 

SIR RICHARD GIPPS.— Of those nine I can only follow the path of 
Richard. He was baptized in June, 1646. I see no more of him till 1676, when 



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Charles II came to pay his third visit to Lord Crofts at Little Saxham. Richard 
Gipps went there to meet him and came back Sir Richard, having been knighted. 
In November of that same year he was married by licence at St. Martin's-in-the- 
Fields to EHzabeth Foley, he being 30 and she 22. Elizabeth Foley was the 
daughter and heiress of Sir Edmund Foley of Badley. Her father was already 
dead. Her mother, Lady Foley, was a Crofts of Little Saxham. Apparently 
that visit to Little Saxham had brought him a wife as well as a knighthood. 

Sir Richard had three children baptized here, viz., Richard in 1677, Elizabeth 
in 1679, Katharine in Jan. 1681/2. Katharine was a posthumous child, as Sir 
Richard had died in the previous September, aged 35. Lady Gipps survived him 
over 30 years, dying in 1715. Her mother. Lady Foley, had died at Badley in 
1 714, when she must have been of a great age. 

Elizabeth, the daughter of Sir Richard, married her cousin Anthony Crofts of 
Little Saxham, and was buried there in 1753. 

MAJOR RICHARD GIFFS.— This Richard, the only son of Sir Richard, 
and the fourth consecutive Richard counting the Londoner, was baptized here in 
1677. If he inherited his father's estate at Little Horringer and his mother's at 
Badley, he ought to have been well off. But judging from his selling everything 
he was not. In the account of The Ancient Families of Suffolk by Sir Richard 
Gipps of Welnetham, who was a distant cousin of Sir Richard of Horringer, this 
is what he or his editor says of the Horringer Gipps's. Having said that the 
Gipps family was antiently seated at Ipswich, but afterwards divided into two 
branches, he says, " Sir Richard Gipps of Horningsheath in Thingo Hundred was of the 
younger house ; but sold his estate. Upon which his son Richard Gipps Esq. went into the 
army, and proved a brave officer ; but was basely discharged upon party-pique, and is now 
seated at Badley in Bosmere Hundred.'' 

I do not know anything of Richard Gipps' military career except that he seems 
to have attained to the rank of a Major. According to Mr. Gage and the Supple- 
ment to the Suffolk Traveller he sold land at Fornham All Saints and Fornham 
St. Genoveve, the latter being the estate afterwards acquired by the Duke of 
Norfolk. The above quotation represents Horringer as having been sold by his 
father. But I do not see how that could have been, as Lady Gipps continued to 
reside there for more than 20 years after her husband's death, and Lord Bristol's 
letters show him exchanging land with her and her son. Letters 226, 242, 260. 



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31T 



With regard to Badley, the Supplement to the Suffolk Traveller says that Major 
Richard Gipps sold it to Ambrose Crawley ; but Lord Arthur Hervey, in a paper 
on the Foley family read before the Suffolk Archaeol : Institute in June 1859, 
mentions a letter at Boxted written by a Foley to a Croftes in 1767 as saying that 
Badley passed by inheritance to WiUiam Crofts, son of Anthony who married 
Elizabeth Gipps, Major Richard's sister. No two statements ever seem to agree 
together, and unless one has actual title deeds before one it is difficult to say what 
did happen, and not always easy even then. 

The Registers of Fornham All Saints contain an entry of the baptism of 
Edmund son of Richard Gipps in Jan. 1711/12. I imagine that Richard to be the 
Major, and that this Edmund died young, and that the line of Sir Richard of 
Horringer came to an end with his son the Major. He is mentioned as living at 
Badley in 1722, but that is the last that I know of him. 

Badley is well worth a visit. Its church, between Stowmarket and Needham 
Market, is placed in green fields far away from any road ; it has not yet been un- 
feelingly and priggishly restored like many Suffolk churches, and its flat 
monuments have not yet been broken up or covered over with new encaustic tiles. 
I suppose they will be some day. 

But I have not quite done yet with the Horringer Gipps. 

VALENTINE GIFFS.— Directly Richard Gipps, the father of Sir Richard, 
left off bringing his children to be baptized, Valentine began to bring his. He 
brought two, viz., Sulyard in 1659 and George in 1661, in which year he lost his 
wife Jane. Who this Valentine was I don't know, but I imagine from his 
christian name that he must be a son of Richard the Londoner, and uncle of Sir 
Richard. Where in Horringer he lived I can't imagine. 

JOHN GIFFS.— Much earlier still, sixty years at least before Richard the 
son of the Londoner first came to Little Horringer hall, viz., in 1580 and there- 
abouts, there was a John Gipps bringing his children to be baptized here ; but 
who he was and where he lived I know not. I imagine that he must be an 
ancestor of Sir Richard of Horringer, because in the herald's Visitation of Suffolk, 
1 56 1 (edited by Mr. Metcalf in 1882), I see an account of the Moore family of 
Stansted. It is there stated that John Moore, grandfather of Christopher Moore 
who represented the family in 1561, married Margaret Foley of Badley, and that 
their daughter married John Gipps of Horringer. So this early marriage of a 



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Gipps with a Foley of Badley makes it likely that Sir Richard who married a 
Foley of Badley was a descendant. I have often noticed that in early times, 
when there was less freedom of movement, a connection by marriage between two 
families has generally been preceded by a still earlier connection, or in other 
words they married cousins of some degree or other. I have nothing to do here 
with Sir Richard Gipps of Great Welnetham except to say that he must not be 
confounded with Sir Richard of Little Horringer. As they were born within two 
years of each other, were both knighted by Charles II, and both lived within 
three miles of Bury, it is easy to mix them up. They were cousins, but I don't 
know how near, A short account of Sir Richard of Welnetham will be found in 
the Diet: of Nat: Biography. He was born in 1644 and died in 1708. The 
latter part of his life was spent in Suffolk in genealogical pursuits. There is a 
good engraved portrait of him in the library of the Suffolk Archaeological Institute. 
He was on very bad terms with his neighbour, John Lord Bristol, he being a high 
Tory and Lord Bristol a Whig. There was a desperate quarrel in 1702 about a 
may-pole and politics. See Lord Bristol's letters, Nos. 209, 210, 211, 213. There 
was another political quarrel with Mr. Richard Gipps in 1710, after both Sir 
Richards had passed out of reach of politics. See Letter 325. And as both Sir 
Richards had a Richard for son and heir and successor, it is a little diiffcult to say 
whose this was. But as the Richard of Welnetham would have been only about 
18 at the time, it is probably the son of the other Sir Richard, viz., the Major. 

The "old Mrs. Gipps" who is mentioned in letters dated 1734 from Lord 
Bristol to the Bishop of Norwich (Nos. 99 1, 996) must I think be the widow of 
John Gipps, rector of Brockley in 1686, a non-juror of 1689, and consequently 
deprived and reduced to great poverty, and brother to Sir Richard of Wel- 
netham. If so she was aunt to John Giles Gipps, rector of Brockley and 
Chevington from 1726 to 1734, in which year he died. 

There is a letter to Lady Gipps, No. 260, from which I have already quoted 
(under Covel), about an exchange of land that Lord Bristol had made with her. 
This would be the widow of Sir Richard of Horringer. 

It is curious to notice what a very favourite name Richard was in both 
branches of the Gipps family, Welnetham and Horringer. Generation after 
generation kept it up. 

CASTELL GOODCHILD. — Admiral Thomas Davers died in 1746. Soon 
after 1751 his widow and son sold Little Horringer to George, Lord Bristol, who 



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gave ^6,600 for it. He pulled down the hall, and a farm-house arose just outside 
the moat, probably built with the old materials of the house in which the Abbots 
of Bury, the Blagges, Gipps's and Davers's had successively resided. The first 
or at any rate an early tenant of this farm-house seems to have been Castell 
Goodchild of Nowton, who in 1739 had married Susan Ewin, daughter of the 
tenant of Great Horringer hall. As he was churchwarden of Horringer in 1745, 
he must either have occupied the Little Horringer hall lands before Lord Bristol 
bought them and pulled down the hall, or possibly he may have succeeded his 
father-in-law, John Ewin, at Great Horringer hall farm, who died in 1745, and 
then afterwards shifted to Lord Bristol's new farm-house at Little Horringer. 
Between 1745 and 1778 he constantly, served the office of churchwarden. He 
seems to have had only one daughter, Bridget, who in 1774 was married to 
Thomas Orbell of Risby. Castell Goodchild died in April, 1782, aged 61 years. 
His widow carried on the farm for another two years and died in July, 1784, aged 
73 years. The yearly rent of the farm in 1782 was /180. The next tenant was 
William Brooks, who paid yearly ^"270. 

From the Ickworth Survey of 1665 and from the Ickworth Registers there 
would appear to have been three successive generations of Goodchilds occupying 
a farm in Ickworth park between 1640 and 1720, i.e. during the time when the old 
manor house near Ickworth Church was gradually falling to pieces from neo-Iect 
and while the park was disparked and divided into eighteen farms. Of these 
eighteen farms Arthur Goodchild's was the largest, containing 159 acres. These 
farms disappeared when John Lord Bristol came to live at Ickworth and recreated 
the park. On June 4, 1723, Lord Bristol writes from London to Lady Bristol at 
Bath, and says that he has heard from William Oliver, his land steward, that the 
cheese chamber at Ickworth has been broken into, and upon search beino- made 
fifteen cheeses had been found in Earner's house, " w/io conscious of his guilt has 
made his escape out of our poor old Constable Goodchild's hands, and left his loife 
and children to be maintained by your most affectionate longing husband, Bristol." 

I do not know that Castell Goodchild was a descendant of these early Ickworth 
Goodchilds. Another Horringer Goodchild was James, who married Mary Eagle 
in 1 791 and died in 181 5 aged 52. He had several children, one of whom, 
Thomas, was for many years gardener to Lord Arthur Hervey at Ickworth 
Lodge, and died in 1876 aged 73. 



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REV. ROBERT GOODRICK.— He was appointed rector of Horringer in 
1629, and was buried there in 1660. By his wife Margaret he had ten children 
baptized here between 1637 and 1653. As the patronage of Horringer at this 
time belonged to the Jermyns, and as the thrice-married Dorothy Badby had 
brought about a connection between the Goodricks and Jermyns (see Blagge), I 
imagine that this Robert was a connection, perhaps a descendant, of Richard 
Goodrick or Goodrich, Dorothy's second husband. The Commonwealth brought 
evil days upon him. This is what we are told of him in Walker's Sufferings of 
the Clergy, 1714, "Robert Goodrick, Horninger, R. He also sufered muck in other 
kinds, and dying before the Restoration left 6 or 8 small children and a very disconsolate 
widow, who was afterwards relieved by the charity of the Corporation for Ministers' 
widows." Walker is not quite correct in saying that he died before the Restora- 
tion, as he died about four months after it. After the entry of his burial in the 
Registers there is a word written that I could not at first make out, and printed it 
with a query. I have since made out that it is satus, an abbreviation of sequest- 
ratus. I imagine that two of his sons, Robert and Henry, went up to Pembroke 
College, Cambridge, and took their degrees, Robert B.A. 1660, D.B. 1671, 
Henry B.A. 1666. Another son, Nathaniel, had children baptized here, and 
another son, John, was buried here in 1702. 

LYON GOODRICK.— In 1578 will be found the baptism of Lyon, son of 
Richard Goodrick, gent. I take it that this Lyon was a grandson of the thrice- 
married Dorothy by her second husband Richard Goodrick, and therefore was 
brought to Horringer Church from Little Horringer hall. In Mr. Venn's 
Biographical History of Caius College is a Lionel son of Lionel Gooderick, of 
North Creak, educated at Ely School, admitted to Caius College in 1623. The 
elder of these two Lionels must be the infant Lyon of the Horringer registers. 
Thomas Gooderick, Bishop of Ely, who died in 1554, was uncle of Richard 
Gooderick who married Dorothy Blagge, and that accounts for young Lionel 
being educated at Ely School. A memoir both of Thomas Gooderick the uncle, and 
of Richard Gooderick the nephew, will be found in the Diet : of Nat : Biography. 

GOULD.— See Appendix XI. 

GRIG BY. — Joshua Grigby seems to have resided here for a short time, as 
his daughter Lucy was baptized here in 1763. 



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There were four Joshua Grigbys in succession, father, son, grandson and great 
grandson, so that it is easy to confuse one with another. 

Joshua No. I was a soHcitor at Bury St. Edmunds, and was buried at St. Mary's 
in 1725, aged 66. 

Joshua No. 2 was a soUcitor and town-clerk of Bury and died in 1771, aged 80 
years. He was buried at St. Mary's. His wife was Mary Tubby of Norfolk, 
whose mother was niece and co-heiress of Archbishop Tenison. This Mr. Grigby 
bought lands at Whepstead and thereabouts, some of which (Westwood etc.) he 
immediately sold to John, Lord Bristol, and some of which (Plumpton etc.) were 
eventually sold to General Sir Thomas Hammond. 

Joshua No. 3 was educated at Bury Grammar School, became a barrister, 
married Jane Bird of Coventry, built the present mansion at Drinkstone, was M.P. 
for Suffolk from 1784 to 1790, died in 1798 aged 67 years, and was buried at 
Drinkstone. His address to the electors will be found in the Bury Post of April i, 
1784. From his remarks on the need of reform I imagine he was a liberal. 

Joshua No. 4 was twice married but died without children in 1829, and was 
succeeded at Drinkstone by his nephew Thomas Harcourt Powell. 

The above Lucy who was baptized at Horringer was daughter of No. 3 and 
sister of No. 4. She married Mr. Powell, and their son Thomas Harcourt Powell 
succeeded his uncle, the last Joshua. Thomas Harcourt Powell, late of the 
Scots Guards, died Aug. 1892 aged 71, and was buried at Drinkstone. The 
generation to which his mother, Lucy, belonged was an unfortunate one. Her 
sister Elizabeth married John Wombwell and died in July, 1784, aged 25 years, 
from injuries received in a crowd in Westminster Abbey. Her brother George, 
Captain in tlie nth Regiment, was on board a transport ship which was rundown 
off Falmouth in 181 1, and he perished with 233 others. The fate of her brother 
Charles is unknown. 

My authorities for these statements are the Jermyn MSS., Tymms' History of 
St. Mary's Church, Supplement to the Suffolk Traveller, Lord Bristol's Letters, 
Nos. 1285, 1288, 1292, 1306. 

MARY HANDS.— She was the daughter of Thomas Moyle (see Moyle), 
one of the many Jermyn and Davers cousins who for a time found a home in 
Horringer. All I know of Benjamin Hands, her husband, is what I learn from 



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her tombstone, No. 97. What she had to do with the Spencelys who share that 
tombstone with her, I do not know. 

REV. JOHN HARRISON. — I have nothing to say of him except that 
he was appointed Rector of Horringer in 1558, and buried there in 1581. Mr. 
Gage has got the date of his appointment quite wrong, being misled by a mistake 
in the Tanner MSS. 

Being the first rector presented after Bury abbey had come to an end, he may 
be looked upon as the first Protestant rector. He was presented by Ambrose 
Jermyn. He was also the first rector appointed after the consolidation in 1548 of 
Great and Little Horringer. 

TOM HARVEY. — On pulling tombstone No. 87 up out of the ground into 
which it had sunk, I found it had an inscription stating that Tom Harvey died on 
May 12, 1752, in his 54th year, after having served John, Lord Bristol, upwards 
of 45 years. He appears to have been a native of Westley, though more than one 
of the family will be found in the Horringer registers. He must have entered 
Lord Bristol's service when only 8 years old, and succeeded Robert Wildman as 
coachman in 1721 when he was about 22 years old, and remained till Lord Bristol's 
death in 1750. His wages were £'] a year. Lord Bristol left him by will a year's 
wages and an annuity of ;f 5, but as he only survived his old master about 16 
months he did not get much benefit from it. He and Robert Wildman were 
coachmen to Lord Bristol and his father for 71 successive years. Tom Harvey is 
frequently mentioned in Lord Bristol's letters as the bearer of letters, and must 
have known the road between Ickworth and London pretty well. When Lady 
Bristol or anybody else had to be fetched from London or sent there, they seemed 
to have thought no more of sending a great lumbering coach all the way from 
Ickworth than we should think of sending a dog cart two or three miles to a rail- 
way station. Letter 572 shows the danger of the journey. In Oct. 1719 Lady 
Bristol has got to be fetched from London. Lord Bristol writes from Ickworth 
that Tom Harvey has orders to start on Friday morning, and Welch Tom and Mr. 
Morris will go too and return with her on Monday. "/ can never consent to have you 
attended by two horsmen only ; . . . . three horsmen will deterr any band of highway men 
from attempting you, wheras having but two may invite one." 



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REV. HENRY HASTED was the son of Roger Hasted of Bury St. 
Edmunds, surgeon, by his wife Elizabeth (Craske). He was born in 1771 and 
educated at the Bury Grammar School and Christ's College, Cambridge, 6th 
wrangler, B.A. in 1793. In October, 1802, he was elected preacher or lecturer at 
St. Mary's Church, which office he held for 40 years, resigning it in 1842. In 
March, 1803, he was appointed to the rectory of Ickworth-cum-Chedburgh, which 
he resigned in 1832. In 1808 he was appointed to the rectory of Bradfield 
Combust, which he resigned in 1832. In 1812 he was appointed to the rectory of 
Braisworth, which I believe he held till his death. In April 18 14 he was 
appointed to the rectory of Horringer, which he held till his death in 1852. He 
married Mary Ann only daughter of Rev. John Ord, D.D., of Fornham St. 
Martin, who died Oct. 2, 1810, aged 34 years. By her he had two children, viz., 
Henry John, who was appointed to the rectories of Bradfield Combust and Little 
Welnetham in 1832, and afterwards to the rectory of Sproughton ;* and IMary 
Ann Elizabeth who married Capt. G. H. Heigham, 4th Dragoon Guards. 

Mr. Hasted seems never to have resided at Horringer, but lived in his own 
house at Bury, No. 108, Northgate Street. His portrait by J. G. Strutt, now in 
the possession of his granddaughter. Miss Heigham, was engraved by C. Turner. 
In Feb. 1852 he published a volume of "Sermons for Lent and Easter." "To 
my parishioners, whom from age and infirmities I am now no longer able to address from the 
pulpit, or administer to in the church, I dedicate these sermons, as a token of my continued 
remembrance, and of my affectionate solicitude for their welfare.'' 

He died that same year, Nov. 26, 1852, aged 81 years, and was buried at St. 
James'. He was greatly beloved in Bury and the neighbourhood, and ^1,400 
was raised by public subscription for the endowment of a ward in the Suffolk 
General Hospital to be called by his name, and for the erection of tablets in the 
the churches of the town. 

NICHOLAS HEATH or HETHE.— He was presented to the rectory of 
Great Horringer in Sept. 1393 by the Abbot of Bury, but held it for less than a 
year. I presume that he was a member of the family of de Bruario or de Hethe, 
who held Little Saxham for seven generations, from about A.D. 1200 to about 
1400. Branches of the family were also at Bury, Mildenhall, and elsewhere in 
the neighbourhood. 

* To whose son, the Rev. H. Hasted, I am indebted for some information. 



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A certain Agnes Tamworth, who died in 1437, was successively the wife of 
Thomas de Ickworth who owned Ickworth, Nicholas Heth of Bury St. 
Edmunds, and Edmund Lucas of Westow. She had Ickworth till her death. 
Her only son Ralph de Ickworth dying young, there was a dispute as to whose 
Ickworth should be after her death. The Abbot of Bury, the Heth family, John 
Brockley and Sir William Drury all put in their claim. The matter was sub- 
mitted to arbitration and decided in favour of Sir William Drury. His cousin, 
Henry Drury, somehow became possessed of it, whose daughter and heiress 
marrying Thomas Hervey brought it to the family which still possesses it just 
490 years after the award of the arbitrators. I do not know that Nicholas Hethe, 
the rector of Great Horringer, was the same man as the second husband of Agnes 
Tamworth, but it is possible that he was. He was only an acolyte when 
presented to Horringer, and may not have proceeded any farther. 

REV. ARTHUR L. C. HEIGHAM was appointed to the rectory of 
Horringer and Ickworth in 1881, which he resigned in 1883. Being a son of 
Capt. G. H. Heigham who married Miss Hasted he was a grandson of a former 
rector. Since leaving Horringer he has been rector of Englefield in Berkshire. 

HON. and REV. FREDERICK HERVEY, Earl of Bristol and Bishop 
of Derry. This very extraordinary man was a resident in Horringer for a few 
years, and therefore a note must be given him. 

He was the third son of John, Lord Hervey, by his wife Mary (Lepel). This 
is the announcement of his birth and baptism in the Diary of his grandfather, the 
first Earl of Bristol. "77JO. Aug. 1 . Saturday. My daughter inlaw Lady Hervey was 
delivered of a son. The Prince of Wales, the Duke of Richmond and the younger Dutchess 
of Marlborough answered for him on ye third of September following, and named him 
Frederick.'" 

The obituary notice of him in the Gentleman's Magazine, 1803, says that he 
was educated at Mr. Newcome's school at Hackney. He was also at Westminster 
school, where his father, uncles and elder brother had been before him. There is 
a letter to him from his grandfather, dated Ickworth Park, Dec. 13, 1746, beginning, 
"My very hopefull Grandson, and S3iymg, you need make no question of my being glad to 
see you at every breaking up of your school ; and if I cannot say the same as to your brother 
William, tis not for want of having an equal natural affection for him." But there is 
nothing in the letter to show at what school he then was. Whilst school boys he 



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and his brother William had for tutor Mr. Edmund Morris, afterwards Rector of 
Nutshalling or Nursling in Hampshire. Lady Hervey's Letters to Mr. Morris 
were edited by Mr. Croker in 1821. In a letter dated Ickworth, April 25, 1744, 
she says to him, "/ am extremely pleased with all you say of Frederick, for I value your 

Judgement ; he has certainly very good parts and great application, and will, I am 

persuaded, make a considerable figure in the world. I have heard from him of late pretty 
often ; he is a very agreeable, entertaining correspondent. His scheme of study and travell- 
ing, as you relate it to me, seems to be a very good one.'' He is only 13 years old when 
he makes these schemes of study and travelling. 

In 1747 he proceeded to Benet alias Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, his 
younger brother William being there with him. His grandfather's letters to him 
show him still there in April 1750. The Dean of Hereford was master of his 
college, and Mr. Castle I imagine to have been his college tutor. On asking his 
grandfather to allow him 20 guineas to get the services of an additional tutor, it 
was granted. Mr. Heaton was the additional tutor. The 20 guineas were always 
sent from Ickworth to Cambridge "by the carrier." 

Carriers in old days were used for more various purposes than they are now. I 
have heard my father tell a story, which I think he had from Mr. Hasted, of a 
countryman who had made a proposal of marriage to a young woman in a neigh- 
bouring village, and who said that he had told her that he did not care much 
which way it was, but she was to send him word how it was to be " by the carrier." 

A letter from Lady Hervey to Mr, Morris gives additional evidence of his studies 
at this time. Writing from Ickworth on Aug. 23, 1 749, she says, '^Frederick is with 
them {the Phipps's) for a few days ; I believe he studies very hard, and I am glad of it ; 
hut I agree with you there should be a mixture of amusements with it, otherwise he may be 
a deep scholar, but never an agreeable companion." The Phipps's were then living at 
Horringer. (See Phipps.) Whilst at Cambridge Frederick thought he had dis- 
covered an original portrait of his grandmother by Vandyke. Lord Bristol was 
rather sceptical about it, and as the picture is not at Ickworth I presume that its 
authenticity was not proved and that he would not buy it. Letter 1354. 

He must have left Cambridge in 1750 without taking a degree, and one loses 
sight of him till Aug. 10, 1752, on which day he was married in Rushbrooke Church 
to Elizabeth Davers, daughter of Sir Jermyn Davers of Rushbrooke. He was 
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I have already given some account of the Davers family (see Davers), but they 
belong properly to the Rushbrooke Registers and not to. those of Horringer. It 
must be enough to say here that Elizabeth Davers was niece to Admiral Thomas 
Davers of Little Horringer hclll, and that her father, Sir Jermyn, was grandson to 
the first baronet, who I have supposed to have gone out to the Barbadoes in 
1636, a Httle boy of 14 years, friendless and with only half-a-crown in his pocket. 
The prosperity which attended the Davers's in the middle of the 17th century 
deserted them in the middle of the i8th century, and one after another they came 
to untimely ends, so that a Bury lady writes to her friend, 'Tis surprising how 
that family goes off. (See Symonds.) This marriage added a considerable estate 
to the Ickworth property. But that result did not come about till 50 years after- 
wards, and I do not think it could possibly have been foreseen at the time. For 
Frederick had two elder brothers, and Elizabeth Davers had four brothers and an 
elder sister. Of her brothers, ■= Robert went to America in a pique, courted death 
and got killed in a boat by some Indians in 1763. Henry shortly before that shot 
himself on board ship. Thomas, rector of Little Whelnetham, shot himself in 
1766 in his mother's house on the Angel Hill, I think the house near the Abbey 
gate, now occupied as a young ladies' school. Charles succeeded to the estates 
and baronetcy and died without legitimate issue in 1806. Mary died unmarried 
in the house near the Abbey gate in 1805. On the deaths of these last two the 
Rushbrooke property, including the manor and advowson of Horringer and the 
site of Bury Abbey, passed to their nephew, Frederick William, afterwards first 
Marquis of Bristol. But in 1752 it would have been impossible to have foreseen 
that Frederick would have succeeded to the Ickworth estate, or that his son 
Frederick William would have succeeded to the Davers' estate, and so brought 
the two estates into one. So the marriage riiust have been for love and not for 
the sake of joining two neighbouring estates. One may hope that there was some 
love at first, as there was very little afterwards. 

After his marriage in 1752 the next thing I know about him is that he became 
M.A. in 1754. He had left Cambridge without a degree, but as a nobleman's son 
he had the right to one without examination, and he now took it. He had been 
intended for the Bar, but had changed his mind and gone into the Church. He 

* My authority for the untimely deaths of Robert, Henry, and Thomas, is a folio MSS. 
volume given to my father by Archdeacon Jermyn. Burke in Extinct Baronetcies leaves out 
Robert, and makes Charles successor to Sir Jermyn, which is wrong. Robert came in between. 



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was ordained in July, 1754. Lady Hervey writes to Mr. Morris from Lord 
Stanhope's at Chevening on July 18, 1754, saying, " Your old friend Frederick is this 
day come from Ely the Reverend Mr. Hervey." 

And now must have begun his residence in Horringer judging from the date of 
his children's baptisms. He had four children baptized at Horringer, viz., 
George in 1755, John Augustus in 1757, Elizabeth Christian in 1758, Frederick 
Clayton in 1761. Three other children were born after these, and not baptized 
here. So one may fix his residence here as being from the time of his ordination 
in 1754 to 1 76 1 or soon afterwards. 

I have tried to make out for certain where his house was, but have hardly 
succeeded. My mother tells me that Mr. Hasted used to say that it was a little 
to the right directly after you have entered the park through the Horringer gate, 
near a pond which is still there. There are now no sure signs of a house having 
stood there, though there are signs of old enclosures. If it stood there, its position 
near the church would make it look as if it were the old Great Horringer manor 
house. But I have always understood that the old hall or manor house was the 
farm-house on the Bury road. It might have been a house belonging to his 
brother George, who was then the owner of Ickworth, or it might have been a 
house belonging to his wife's brother. Sir Robert Davers, who owned Horringer 
manor. If it stood near this pond, though it would have been within Ickworth 
park pale now, it would not have been within Ickworth park pale then, for the 
park has extended in that and in every other direction since then, and swallowed 
up fields and houses which formerly lay outside of it. It might have been the 
house which the Phipps's had lately been occupying, and in which as an under- 
graduate he had stayed with them, though that does not make one much wiser, as 
one does not know where their house was. (See Phipps.) 

Of the above four children who were born in this house and baptized at 
Horringer, George died in boyhood and was buried at Spa. Some years ago his 
brother tried to find out the exact spot of his burial, but could not, as apparently 
the burial of Protestants was not recognized. Frederick Clayton must have died 
before 1769, when another Frederick was baptized, who was afterwards first 
Marquis of Bristol. Of John Augustus and Elizabeth Christian I give some 
account below. 

Whilst residing at Horringer, say from 1754 to 1762, he does not appear to have 
had any post or duties whatsoever ; and no doubt while Horringer was his head- 



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quarters, some time was given to foreign travel. We have already seen him 
making out a scheme of travel when only a boy of 13 ; and in the Life of 
Alexander Humboldt we see him as keen as ever in his travelling schemes when 
little short of 70 years of age. So it is not likely that he stayed at Horringer 
doing nothing. In 1756 he was made a clerk of the privy seal, which is a lay 
office. In 1763 he was made a chaplain to the king. In 1766 he was at Naples 
during an eruption of Vesuvius, and going to look too close was hit by a stone. 
In 1766 his eldest brother George, second Earl of Bristol, was appointed Lord 
Lieutenant of Ireland, which he resigned a few months later without ever having 
gone there. He just held the post long enough to be able to nominate Frederick 
to the bishoprick of Cloyne. That was in Feb. 1767. So his first parish was a 
diocese. Exactly a year afterwards he was promoted to the rich bishoprick of 
Derry. 

I have no space to give details of his Hfe in Ireland and must pass them over. 
But as we have already had one Irish bishop in these notes, Bedell, I can't resist 
comparing or rather contrasting the two. Probably they were as different from 
each other as any one man can be from any other. I gave some extracts showing 
Bishop Bedell dressing with almost an excess of plainness and simplicity ; and 
when the offer of a bishoprick was made to him he was unwilling to accept it, 
because he feared lest he should have to part with some of his simplicity and plain- 
ness of life. 

Frederick Hervey had no such fears. Here is Mr. Lecky's account of one of 
his appearances at Dublin : '■^Dressed entirely in ptivple, ivith diamond knee and shoe- 
buckles, and with long gold tassels hanging from his white gloves, he sat in an open landau 
drawn by six noble horses caparisoned with purple ribands. Dragoons rode on each side of 
his carriage which proceeded slowly through the different streets amid the cheers of a large 
croivd, till it arrived at the door of the Parliament house The Volunteers pre- 
sented arms ; the bands played the Volunteer march, then with a defiant blast of trumpets 
the procession proceeded on its ivay." 

The one revelled in simplicity, the other revelled in show. That is only one 
difference out of many. But with all their differences one can't help seeing some- 
thing that was common to both. By different routes, by different processes of 
thought, they sometimes arrived at a common end. If they had been con- 
temporary, one can imagine the Bishop of Kilmore and the Bishop of Derry 



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taking the same views, giving the same votes, on some questions. They were 
poles asunder in nature and constitution, and yet they might have agreed together 
while disagreeing with others from whom they differed less. I imagine that both 
went to Ireland to do their best for Ireland and not for England, though really 
what was best for Ireland would be best for England. Both accepted a post in 
Ireland, both were sent to Ireland by England, and when they got there did their 
best for the country to which they were sent without considering only the interests 
of the country that sent them. I don't think that either of them would have 
sympathized with the idea that any one country is only meant to be an appendage 
of another, or only meant to exist for the sake and for the glory of another, or that 
the wishes and interests of one are to be subordinated to those of another. Such 
an idea is only a modified form of the idea that the black man is meant to be the 
slave of the white. 

And another point common to these two Irish bishops is that both to an extra- 
ordinary degree won the regard of all sorts of men. The rebels coming to fire a 
volley at the funeral of Bishop Bedell with the very guns that they had got to 
shoot down his fellow countrymen has its parallel in Roman Catholics uniting 
with Churchmen and Protestant dissenters to set up a monument in Ickworth 
park to the Bishop of Derry. When one thinks of the last fifteen years of the 
Bishop's life, one may well wonder how ever that monument got to be set up. 
However, there it is. And it is a testimony to the fact that while he was at his 
best, though there was something shabby and shady even then, yet there was also 
something broad and liberal and far-seeing. For whilst the narrowest and blindest 
of men may get the applause of one sort, they cannot unite the applause of 
opposite extremes. Only men of some breadth can do that. But of course any 
comparison between the two is only possible when Frederick Hervey was at his 
best. And his best, such as it was, did not last long. He deteriorated, and then 
no comparison is possible. I must hurriedly set down the remaining dates of his 
Hfe. 

He went, as I have said, to Derry in the early part of 1768. For the next few 
years he was in Ireland, and threw himself into his work with great zeal. He 
showed much public spirit in reclaiming bogs and making roads; he tried to make 
the clergy reside in their parishes, and he showed care for superannuated curates. 
He also began to build two enormous palaces in his diocese, at Downhill and 
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His and his wife's letters recently published in "The Two Duchesses," edited 
by Mr. Vere Foster, show that from June 1777 to the end of 1779 he was abroad. 

In December, 1779, by the death of his brother Augustus, Lord Bristol, he 
became Earl of Bristol and owner of Ickworth. 

Soon after this there arose the Volunteer movement in Ireland. The American 
war had caused the English troops to be withdrawn from Ireland. The 
Protestants in the north asked for more to be sent to safeguard the country 
against the French. More could not be sent. Thereupon Volunteers sprung up. 
In a little while the movement spread through the country, and there were 100,000 
of them, Roman Catholics and Protestants, united to maintain the freedom of their 
country and to reform its Parliament. The Bishop of Derry of course became a 
Volunteer. He was desirous to be elected President of the Volunteer convention, 
but just failed. If he had been elected, war with England would probably have 
been the result, as he was utterly reckless and very ambitious. A satirical 
eno"raving of him published in 1784 represents him as The Irish Patriot, with a 
fire brand in his hand and the devil sitting on his shoulder. During 1781 and 
1782 he seems to have been chiefly at Ickworth. It was in 1782 that the scheme 
of the Suffolk ship was being pushed forward, which he warmly supported. (See 
App : IX.) Arthur Young tells us in his autobiography that he had a general 
invitation to dine with him every Thursday the whole time he was there, which he 
did. Professor Symonds, son of the late rector of Horringer (see Symonds), Sir 
John CuUum, and the Rev. G. Ashby, rector of Barrow, were often there too. No 
two men could be more different than the Bishop and Arthur Young, but their 
common interest in agriculture, and the Bishop's power of being agreeable when he 
chose, enabled them to be very friendly together. Young says, " /?? my life I never 
passed move agreeable days than these weekly dinners at Ickivorth. The conversation was 
equally instructive and agreeable.''' 

When the Bishop returned to Ireland, I think quite at the end of 1782, Lady 
Bristol did not return with him, and I think they can seldom have met again. 
She lived henceforth chiefly at Ickworth. It was just 30 years since they had 
been married in Rushbrooke church, and the wonder is not that they separated 
now, but rather that they had gone on together for so long. For the Bishop's 
virtues, such as they were, were of a public and not of a private kind. They con- 
sisted of enlightened views on public questions rather than of those virtues which 
conduce to the happiness of a home. And whilst he could be profusely Hberal in 



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public gifts, he could be incredibly mean at home. And probably whilst he could 
be charming in society, he could be odious at home. So there is no need to find 
any one single quarrel, any one single act or word, to account for their henceforth 
walking apart, and parting from one another 17 years before death parted them. 
But tradition enables one to see what was the talk of the household at Ickworth 
and the village of Horringer at the time. 

Some years ago there was living at Horringer a worthy couple, Mr. and Mrs. 
James Byford. They had been married in Ickworth church in 1826, and occupied 
a small farm of Lord Bristol's in Sharpe's lane alias New road, which took its 
name from the former tenant who was Mrs. Byford's uncle. Mrs. Byford had 
been a servant girl at Ickworth as her mother had been before her; and I recollect 
hearing her say forty years ago or so that her mother used to say that whilst she 
was living in service there the Bishop and his wife went out for a drive together, 
and in the course of the drive something was said, something passed between 
them, and they came home and never spoke to each other again. And the coach- 
man alone knew what was said, and her mother was always trying to get him to 
tell, but he never would. 

Looking at these Registers to see how far they supported the possibility of that 
story, I find that Susanna Lanham (Mrs. Byford's maiden name) was baptized in 
1 80 1, and that Elizabeth Sharpe (her mother's maiden name) was baptized in 
1762 ; so that in 1782 or 1783, the year of the Bishop's sojourn at Ickworth and 
separation from his wife, she probably would have been in service there. 

The Bishop then early in 1783 returned to Ireland alone, and for a time found 
something to interest him in the Volunteer movement and in politics of a stormy 
kind. I imagine that by this time mere episcopal or diocesan work had completely 
lost any attraction for him. In 1785 he was at Bath, being a sufferer from gout. 
In 1786 he was abroad for a year or two. In 1790 he was back in Ireland, and 
received addresses from the Corporation, Citizens, and Volunteers at the opening 
of the bridge at Derry. In 1792 he paid a visit to Ickworth to see after the new 
house which he was just beginning to build there, and which an Irish clergyman, 
Rev. Joseph Sandys, was appointed to look after. In 1793 he went abroad and 
never came back alive. In November 1797 he proposed to Alexander Humboldt 
an elaborate expedition to Egypt. Humboldt considered him half mad, though 
he recognized his great abilities, and gladly accepted the proposal. War 
prevented its being carried out. In 1798 he was arrested by the French 



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republicans in Italy. Two large portmanteaus of suspicious papers being found 
in his rooms he was thrown into prison at Milan. His enormous collection of 
works of art at Rome which were intended for his new house at Ickworth were 
seized. 343 artists of all nations signed a petition to the French, asking that in 
consideration of the Bishop's services to art and artists these might be restored to 
him. But in spite of it Ickworth never got them. He died at Albano on July 8, 
1803 ; his body was brought to England, and the Ickworth registers record his 
burial on April 21, 1804. 

There is a whole length portrait of him, seated, at Ickworth, by A. Kaufman, 
which has been engraved for Gage's History of Thingoe Hundred. There is an 
odious one at No. 6, St. James' Square, with Vesuvius in the distance, by Madam 
Le Brun. There are several of him at Downhill, belonging to Sir Hervey Bruce, 
one of them representing him as presenting his eldest son, John Augustus, to Lord 
Chatham, of whom the Bishop was a great admirer. Lady Arthur Hervey has a 
miniature of him, holding a plan of Ickworth, with Vesuvius in the distance. I 
do not imagine that he was in the least good-looking ; tradition and the satirical 
engraving of him that I have already mentioned give him a good calf to his leg. 
He appears to have been not tall or stout, but active and strongly made. As 
portraits are intended to hand down a man's likeness to those who have never 
seen him, I think it is a very great fault in them that they do not give one any 
idea of a man's height. And if it would be too inartistic to have a small scale in 
the corner, as in a map, would it not be possible that every man's name should be 
on his portrait, with his age, height, and weight at the time when the portrait 
was taken ? 

The authorities for the Bishop's Hfe are of course various contemporary 
magazines, newspapers, memoirs, and histories. Mr. Peter Gedge, the editor of 
the Bury Post, naturally kept his eyes open to the Bishop's proceedings in Ireland, 
and reported them for the benefit of the Bury pubHc. The Dictionary of Nat : 
Biog : has an article on him, and one will be found in the Edinburgh Review for 
July, 1898, and in Temple Bar, September, 1898. To all of these I am indebted 
in varying degrees. The article in the Edinburgh is the fullest. 

Lady Bristol had pre-deceased her husband by under three years. She was 
buried at Ickworth on Dec. 27, 1800. From her letters that have been lately 
published in Mr. Vere Foster's The Two Duchesses she would appear to have 
been a quiet and sensible woman. There was undoubtedly something very 



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cranky, or at least unfortunate, in the Davers's of her generation, but one cannot 
perceive anything cranky in her. After the separation from her husband she 
appears to have Hved chiefly at Ickworth with her youngest daughter Louisa, 
afterwards Lady Liverpool, and they both busied themselves in good works in 
Horringer and Ickworth. The debtors in the Bury gaol were indebted to her for 
an annual guinea, and a school was provided for Horringer. She appears to have 
died suddenly. A letter from her daughter, Lady Erne, announcing her death to 
young Frederick Foster is given in The Two Duchesses. Lady Erne says, '■'It 
happened early yesterday morning from a spasm in her stomach. What my grief and suffer- 
ing is no words can say, as no mother coidd he a greater loss to a daughter than she is to 
me." The letter is dated Oct.* 20, 1800. The suddenness of it agrees with what I 
have said under Howe. There is a portrait of her at Rushbrooke, but none at 
Ickworth. Apparently this was painted at Rome in 1778, and given to her 
brother. Sir Charles Davers. 

JOHN AUGUSTUS, LORD HERVEY, the second but eldest surviving 
son of the Bishop of Derry, was baptized at Horringer in January, 1757. He 
went into the Navy, and in Dec. 1778 his mother writes to her married daughter, 
Mrs. Foster, saying that Jack was on a cruise, was delighted with his station, and 
was determined that Captain Hervey should be as a great a man as his uncle, the 
Admiral. I cannot here follow him in his naval career. He was married in 
October, 1779, at Quebec to Elizabeth Drummond, whose kinsfolk lived at 
Megginch in Perthshire. In June, 1783, he had to suppress a mutiny on board 
his ship, the Ratsonahle. The Bury Post for Oct. 9, 1783, prints a very blunt out- 
spoken letter from him to the Admiral Lord Howe, dated Raisonable, St. Lucia, 
April 10, 1783, in which he criticizes Lord Howe's conduct. It is followed by 
another one to Lord Howe written when he reached London in the following 
August, and in which he more or less apologizes. A long letter from Lord 
Hervey to a London paper qualifying or denying his apology is given in the Bury 
Post for Oct. 16, 1783. In 1787 he was appointed envoy extraordinary to the 
Grand Duke of Tuscany. In 1791 he was promoted from envoy extraordinary at 
Florence to be minister plenipotentiary there. In August, 1794, a pension of 
;^i,50o a year was granted to him for his services at Florence. He had a house 
at Valintine in Hertfordshire. He died on board the Zealous which he commanded, 

• But this must be a transcribur's or printer's error for December. 



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Tune lo, 1796, and was buried at Ickworth, Sept. 26th. Among the " Letters to 
Lady Hamilton," 1814, will be found one to her from the Bishop of Derry 
announcing his son's death. "My dearest Emma, The very unexpected intelligence, 
which Prince Augustus has most delicately communicated to me, of poor Lord Hervey's 
decease, has quite houleversee my already shattered frame. I would not allow your friendly 
mind to learn an event so interesting to me from any other hand than that of your affectionate 
and devoted friend, Bristol." 

Lady Hervey survived him till 181 8. They had an only daughter, Elizabeth 
Catherine Caroline, baptized at Ickworth in Sept. 1780. She married in 1798 
Charles Rose Ellis, first Baron Seaford, and died in Jan. 1803. When the Bishop 
of Derry died in July 1803, the Earldom of Bristol and the estates thereto belong- 
ing passed to his younger son Frederick William, while the barony of Howard de 
Walden passed to Charles Augustus Ellis, the grandson of his elder son, John 
Augustus. 

There is a whole length portrait of John Augustus, Lord Hervey, at Ickworth 
by Gainsborough, from which he appears to have been a very handsome man. 

There are two portraits of his wife, both by Angelica Kaufman, one at Ickworth, 
and the other at Megginch. 

ELIZABETH CHRISTIANA HERVEY was baptized at Horringer in 
May, 1758. When only 18 years old she was married to John Thomas Foster of 
Co. Louth. The marriage was not a happy one, and after a time they parted, he 
refusing even to support her. There were two sons by this marriage, Frederick 
and Augustus. Frederick was a wit. My mother tells me that he made the 
servants laugh so by his jokes at dinner that they could scarcely wait at table. 
John Thomas died in 1796. 

Lady Elizabeth Foster married secondly in Oct. 1809 Wilham, fifth Duke of 
Devonshire. He died in August, 181 1. She is the second of the Two Duchesses 
from whom the volume so called, published in 1898, takes its title. In it will be 
found many letters to and from her. She must have been beautiful, clever, and 
perfectly charming in her manner. She inherited all her father's love of travelling 
and also of antiquities and works of art. She had lived abroad a good deal before 
her second marriage ; and after the death of the Duke of Devonshire she went 
abroad again. From 1814 till her death in 1824 she lived almost entirely abroad, 
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machine made for dredging the Tiber, in the hope of recovering the statues which 
had been thrown into it from time to time. She was an artist herself, and a 
Hberal patron of artists. Portraits of her are numerous, at Ickworth, Chatsworth, 
and elsewhere. Medals in her honour were struck at her death. The Elizabeth 
grove in Ickworth park, sown in 1786, near the park pale on the right hand side 
as you come in through the Horringer gate, and therefore not very far from where 
the house probably stood in which she was born, is called after her. She died on 
March 30, 1824. 

The account of her in the Dictionary of National Biography has three mistakes, 
(i) It gives 1759 as the year of her birth instead of 1758. (2) It represents her 
as a widow in 1787 and receiving a proposal of marriage from Gibbon, whereas 
John Thomas Foster did not die till 1796. (3) It gives 1 814 as the date of the 
death of the Duke of Devonshire instead of 181 1. A volume called Anecdotes and 
Biographical Sketches, by Elizabeth Duchess of Devonshire, was privately printed 
in London in 1863. A short memoir of her in French, by Monsieur Artaud, 
which is prefixed to the Anecdotes, wrongly gives the date of her second marriage 
as 1812. 

REV. LORD ARTHUR CHARLES HERVEY.— A short note must be 
given to Lord Arthur Hervey as being one of Horringer's rectors. He was a 
grandson of the Bishop of Derry, who dying in 1803 was succeeded in the earldom 
of Bristol by his eldest surviving son, Frederick William, Lord Hervey. This 
Earl of Bristol was created Marquis of Bristol in 1826, and Lord Arthur was the 
fourth of his six sons. He was born in his father's London house. No. 6, St. 
James' Square, on Aug. 20, 1808. His mother was Elizabeth Albana, daughter 
of Clotworthy Upton, first Baron Templetown. He remembered a breakfast 
given by his uncle, Lord Liverpool, in 1814 to the allied sovereigns at Combe 
Wood near Kingston, when the Emperor of Russia put out his hand and said to 
him in good Enghsh, Give me a good spank. He remembered the opening of 
Waterloo bridge in 18 17, when the Duke of Wellington was present with a bag of 
silver medals, of which he gave one to each of those who were privileged to be 
present. The small boy secured two, which I now possess. Soon after that his 
father and all the family travelled abroad for five years, whilst the building of the 
great house at Ickworth went on. The agricultural depression which was affect- 
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Coming back to England in 1822 he went to Eton, Yonge being his tutor, and 
stayed there till 1826. In 1828 he went up to Trinity College, Cambridge, and in 
1830 he took his degree. Though as a nobleman's son he had and used the 
privilege of being only two years at the University, yet he obtained a first class in 
the Classical Tripos. In Oct. 1832 he was ordained deacon at Norwich, and priest 
(by letters dimissory) at Peterborough immediately afterwards, and in Nov. 1832 
was instituted to the rectory of Ickworth-cum-Chedburgh, which Mr. Hasted had 
resigned. He took up his residence at Ickworth Lodge. Ickworth Lodge was a 
farm-house till 1702, when John, Lord Bristol, turned it into a temporary mansion 
house for himself, as the old mansion house near the church had more or less 
tumbled down. It remained a temporary mansion house rather longer than he 
expected, viz., till about 1830, by which time the round house, begun in 1792, 
being sufficiently advanced to be habitable. Lord Bristol moved into it. The 
Lodge becoming vacant near about the time when Lord Arthur became rector of 
Ickworth, it became his residence. Not long afterwards Ickworth and Chedburgh 
were separated at his request. They had been united in 1712 in the time of the 
first Lord Bristol, because he wanted to get rid of the old rectory that stood in the 
park near Parson's pond. Lord Arthur, now holding Ickworth only, became in 
1844 curate of Horringer to Mr. Hasted. He was also chaplain to the Thingoe 
Union Workhouse at Bury. On the death of Mr. Hasted in 1852 he became 
rector of Horringer, which was then united to Ickworth. In 1862 he was 
appointed archdeacon of Sudbury. In the latter half of 1869 Mr. Gladstone 
offered him the bishoprick of Bath and Wells, which he accepted, being 
consecrated on St. Thomas' day, 1869. This took him away for good from the 
county to which (to use his own words in an archaeological address) his " affections 
were linked by a family residence of move than four hundred years." He had been 37 
years rector of Ickworth and 17 years rector of Horringer. But his work was not 
yet over. He held the office of Bishop for just under 25 years, and died on June 9, 
1894, ^g^^ ^5 years and 9 months. He was buried in the graveyard of Wells 
Cathedral, his son Arthur, a Captain in the Rifle Brigade, having been already 
laid there in 1889. The diocese has shown its appreciation of his work and 
character by a noble monument placed in the south aisle of the choir of the 
cathedral. 

Lord Arthur was a man of great industry and energy, doing whatever he did do 
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Classical Tripos after only two years at the University shows that he made a good 
use of his time and was a good scholar. His taking a part in the chief biblical 
works of his day, e.g.. The Revision of the Old Testament, Dr. Smith's Dictionary 
of the Bible, the Speaker's Commentary, the Pulpit Commentary, and others, 
show that he retained his industry and scholarship right to the very end, to the 
very last week, of a long life. 

But he was not only a classical and biblical student. He had a great delight in 
all archaeological studies, and there was hardly any branch of learning that did not 
interest him. The same genealogical tastes which led him with the help of his 
eldest brother to write an elaborate history of the Hervey family, led him also to 
write a volume on the apparently contradictory genealogies of Jesus Christ in the 
Gospels of St. Matthew and St. Luke ; and it also led him to pay more attention 
than had been paid before by biblical scholars to the numerous genealogies given 
in the Old Testament, and to use them for settling points of chronology. 

But he was not a mere student of any sort. As a young man he had been good 
at high jumping, and was also one of the very best amateur tennis players of his 
time. He won a challenge silver racket three years following, and so kept it, and 
one of his sons has it now. Long before lawn tennis was ever invented he played 
it on his lawn at Ickworth ; and long after he was three score and ten years of 
age he would come out and play a set on his lawn at Wells with amazing activity. 
He was a good rider, and a dashing driver, and enjoyed a good long spell in the 
open air and on the hills as much as he enjoyed his literary studies. 

He was very keen, not only in acquiring knowledge for himself, but in 
promoting institutions which might help to spread it amongst all classes and 
conditions of men. He had no fear of knowledge, neither for himself nor for any 
one else. In 1855 he published a pamphlet, "^ suggestion for supplying the Literary, 
Scientific, and Mechanics' Institutes of Great Britain and Ireland with lecturers from the 
Universities.'' This suggestion has since ripened into the system of University 
extension, whereby through their lecturers the Universities have as it were gone 
forth into the country instead of merely waiting for students to come to them. 
The Athenaeum at Bury St. Edmunds being largely educational in its object, it is 
no wonder that Lord Arthur threw himself into it heart and soul from its very 
first beginning. Harrod's Directory of Suffolk, 1864, says that the Athenaeum 
was established in 1853 fo'^ fostering literature, art, and science. It purchased the 
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were reading rooms, courses of lectures, concerts, a museum of antiquities and 
natural history, a reference library, classes for elementary instruction, and an 
observatory for astronomical purposes. And it adds, " The high position which the 
AthencBiim has attained among kindred institutions of the country is attributable in a great 
degree to the untiring interest which its noble president, the Rt. Hon. and Ven. Lord Arthur 
Hervey, has displayed in its behalf." Lord Arthur frequently lectured there himself, 
besides getting many of the most eminent men in the country to do so. 

With regard to his character, I would say that he was just and considerate to 
others, straight and incapable of scheming or of duplicity, always self-controlled, 
thoroughly reasonable and practical, possessing tact and good judgment, liberal, 
hospitable, and kind-hearted. I am not merely stringing together all the good 
qualities that I can think of, but am only setting down such as I think he 
possessed in a high degree. In his church views and in his political views he was 
moderate. You might with equal truth have called him a moderate high church- 
man or a moderate low churchman. Perhaps, to be more exact, the former term 
would describe him as a Bishop, the latter as a Suffolk clergyman. But he was 
always free from anything like mere partizanship, and could always appreciate 
good wherever it was. In politics he had conservative views with hberal 
tendencies, but in most cases the views would have decided his vote rather than 
the tendencies. His manners with their mixture of natural dignity and ease were 
perfect. He was five feet, ten inches, in height, and always looked his full 
heighth. He was active and well made, and he seldom had a day's illness. 

In July, 1839, he was married to Patience, daughter of John Singleton of 
Hazely heath, Hants, and Mell, Co, Louth. Twelve children were born, and the 
golden wedding was celebrated at Wells in 1889. 

Lord Arthur was crippled by rheumatism during the last few years of his life, 
but his mind retained its youthful vigour up to the very last. He was engaged in 
literary work up to within a day or two of his death, the illness which terminated 
in a painless and peaceful death being very short. He died when on a visit to his 
son-in-law, Mr. Charles Hoare, at Hackwood near Basingstoke, on June 4, 1894, 
being about 10 weeks short of 86 years. 

The chief painted portraits of him are a miniature by Ross belonging to Lady 
Arthur; two portraits painted by Graves when he left Suffolk in 1869, one of 
them now at the Athenaeum at Bury St. Edmunds, the other presented to Lady 
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by Sir W. B, Richmond in 1889 at the request of the city of Wells and its neigh- 
bourhood, and now hanging in the town hall at Wells. 

A memoir of him by his eldest son, Rev. John Hervey, was printed for private 
circulation in 1896, and a forthcoming volume of the Dictionary of Nat: Biog : 
will contain a sketch of his life. 



JAMES HOWE. — In 1742 was baptized Rebecka daughter of Thomas and 
Rose Gardiner. In 1764 she was married to James Howe, and in Dec. 1765 was 
baptized James their child. This young James was afterwards footman to Lady 
Bristol, wife of the Bishop of Derry, and was living in service at Ickworth Lodge 
when a violent ringing of the bell one night summoned him to find his mistress 
dying. This was in the middle of December, 1800. A letter from Lady Erne to 
Frederick Foster, printed in "The Two Duchesses," confirms this account of the 
suddenness of Lady Bristol's death, but by a transcriber's or printer's error the 
letter is dated October. 

James Howe afterwards went to live in a cottage near Ickworth park pale and 
near the Bishop of Derry's monument, and there he died in 1848 aged 84 years, 
and was buried at Ickworth. 

JERMYN. — Two members of the Jermyn family of Rushbrooke will be found 
among the Marriages, viz., Margaret who married Thomas Dytun in 1569, and 
Hester who married Henry Blagge in 1571. They were both daughters of Sir 
Ambrose Jermyn, sisters of Sir Robert, and aunts of Sir Thomas who sent 
William Bedell to Horringer and befriended him all his life. See Blagge and 
Duke. 

Two others will be found bearing the surname Jermyn of a later date and in 
poorer circumstances, viz., in Marriages 1747, Baptisms 1814. They may be of 
the same stock, but not necessarily. The history of the Jermyn family belongs to 
the volume which will contain the Rushbrooke Registers. 

REV. THOMAS KERRICH.— He was curate of Horringer in 1783, and 
rector of it from May, 1784, to his death in Jan. 1814. He was also rector of 
Wendens Ambo in Essex from August, 1783, till his death. Both livings were 
in the gift of Lord Bristol. Mr. Kerrich seems to have been educated at Trinity 



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Hall, Cambridge. The only degree given him in the Graduati Cantabrigienses is 
that of LL.B. in 1780, when he must have been about 40 years of age. In the 
Biographical history of Caius College Mr. Venn has confounded him with a 
Thomas Kerrich, rector of Banham in Norfolk. I believe them to be two different 
men, though contemporary. The register and the tombstone, No. 137, do not 
agree as to Mr. Kerrich's age at the time of his death. In the register he is 
entered as 73 years of age and 28 years rector, on the tombstone 76 years of age 
and 32 years rector. He was really rector for 29 years and 8 months. 

There was a John Kerrich, a medical man of Bury St. Edmunds, who died in 
1762 aged 70 years, and was buried at St. Mary's. He was of the right age to 
have been the father of the rector of Horringer, but I have not made out for 
certain whether he was so or not. For other members of the rector's family see 
Register of Burials and tombstone, No. 137. Mr. Kerrich was about the first to 
be buried on the north side of the church. There is everywhere a feeling against 
being buried on the north side of a church unless circumstances allow no 
alternative. 

LUCAS. — In his History of Thingoe Hundred Mr. Gage tells us that in the 
reign of Henry VII, about 1505, Thomas Lucas, Solicitor General, purchased 
Little Saxham and built the hall. He was the son of John Lucas and grandson of 
Edmund Lucas, both of Westow, and further back still several of his forefathers 
had been Aldermen of Bury St. Edmunds. 

The Solicitor General had three sons, Jasper, Henry, and John, and died in 
1 53 1. With Henry of Bury St. Edmunds, who lies buried in St. Mary's Church 
there, and with John of Colchester, the ancestor of Sir Charles and the three 
barons in the 17th century, we have nothing to do. But Jasper, the eldest, dying 
before his father, left a son Thomas who was grandson and heir to the Solicitor 
General. 

THOMAS LUCAS, grandson of the Solicitor General, married Mary 
daughter of Sir Thomas Jermyn of Rushbrooke, sold Little Saxham to Sir John 
Crofts of Westow, bought Horscroft and other lands in Great and Little 
Horringer, and so finds his way into these Registers. He was buried here in 

1595- 



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CLEMENT LUCAS, son of Thomas, succeeded him at Horscroft, and was 
buried here in 1603. He married first Mary Kempe, secondly Mary Barker of 
Bury St. Edmunds. 

WILLIAM LUCAS, son of Clement, succeeded him at Horscroft. He 
married Christian, daughter of Thomas Gibson, Alderman of Norwich, and had 
eight children baptized here between i6og and 1626. This is he who got 
possession of some Church lands, and after a lawsuit with William Bedell the 
rector, which ran through ten long years, was compelled to make compensation 
for them. (See Bedell.) His eight children were Lucy, Christian, Thomas, 
Gibson, William, Lydia, Jasper, Mary. I cannot follow all their careers in these 
short notes, but must coniine myself to the successor. (For Lucy's tombstone 
see p. 217. Thomas, the eldest son, died in 1637 aged 24.) William was buried 
here in 1639/40, but Christian, his widow, survived him and married secondly 
Thomas Sache of Great Horringer. For her tombstone, not now visible, see 
p. 217. For William's see App. II, No. 3. 

GIBSON LUCAS, second but eldest surviving son of William, succeeded 
him at Horscroft. He was baptized here in 1615 and called after his mother's 
maiden name. He was educated at Bury Grammar School and Caius Coll :, 
Cambridge. I presume that, hke his father who took the Church lands, he was 
not a very good churchman, and that in the civil war he was a Parliamentarian, 
though his Essex cousins were strong Royalists. For in a tract printed in 1647, 
" The County of Suffolke divided into fourteene precincts for classicall 
Presbyteries," giving the names of the committees for each division with the 
names of the ministers and others, I find his name on the committee for the 
eleventh division, which included the Hundreds of Thingoe, Lackford, and 
Thedwastry, with the Corporation of Bury. But, if a Parliamentarian, I presume 
he became a penitent one, as in 1661 he had the degree of S.T.P. (Sacrae 
Theologiae Professor) conferred upon him at Cambridge " per literas regias." 

By his first wife, Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Gipps of Welnetham and aunt 
of Sir Richard the genealogist, he had twelve children baptized here between 1643 
and 1665, viz., William, Gibson, Christian, Richard, Thomas, Christian, John, 
Clement, Sache, Charles, Clement, Mary. She died in 1668, and in the same year 
he was married at Little Saxham to Mrs. Capell, widow, of Bury St. Edmunds. 
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gave up Horscroft to his son William during his life time, and lived himself at the 
College, which I presume is the present College farm in Horringer. He died in 
i6g8 aged 83. For his tombstone see App : II, No. 3.* 

It appears from Dr. Gibson Lucas' will that there was a portrait of him in his 
scarlet robes, which he left to his daughter-in-law, the wife of William Lucas, for 
her life, and then to be handed down. 

WILLIAM LUCAS, eldest son of Gibson, succeeded him at Horscroft, 
which he appears to have occupied during the last few years of his father's long 
life. He was baptized here in 1643. In the rate for 1699 (App : IV) he is always 
called Captain Lucas, but I do not find his name in Doyle's Army Lists from 
1661 to 1694. His first wife, Margaret, daughter of James Cohbs of Bury St. 
Edmunds, died immediately after the birth of her first child Gibson, in March 
1674/5. By his second wife, Ann, he had four children baptized here, besides 
three others buried here in infancy. With him the Lucas family came to an end 
so far as Horringer is concerned. Mr. Gage says that he sold Horscroft in 1706 
to William Turnor of Bury St. Edmunds, from whom it has come by inheritance 
to the Wigsons. (See Wigson.) William died in 171 6, his wife Ann having died 
in 1 71 5. Those are the two last entries of Lucas in the Horringer Registers. 
Probably the deaths of all his nine children in his lifetime, most of them in 
earliest infancy, was the cause of his selling Horscroft. 

From the Visitation of Suffolk, 1561, edited by Dr. Howard, I learn that John, 
younger brother of the Captain, was a merchant of Norwich, where he died in 
1696 aged 44 years, and was buried in St. Peter's Mancroft Church. He left 
children whose descendants are living to-day. From this John were descended 
several successive Gibson Lucas's, so that both names of the divinity doctor and 
penitent presbyterian have been carried well into this 19th century. 

* Since writing this account of Gibson Lucas I liave come across Mr. Venn's Biographical 
History of Caius College, Cambridge, in which my suspicions of his penitence are confirmed. Mr. 
Venn says that he was at first a Presbyterian minister in Norwich, and afterwards conformed. And 
he quotes a letter from H. Paman of St. John's to William Sancroft, dated Nov. 19, 1655, saying, 
" Mr. liucas is become a zealous man for the Church of England, and upon profession of his hearty 
repentance for what he has done against it and his resolution to preach up what he before 

persecuted, was ordained priest by my Lord Bishop of Norwich The Presbyterians of 

Norwich in the meantime being full of rage to have lost a brother, I wish heartily we may have 
any cause to brag of the proselyte." 



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The house in which the Lucas family lived has been pulled down. The present 
house at Horscroft is modern ; the old house, Mr. Gage says, stood north-east of 
it. 

MANTUA. — In the Register of Baptisms this name is written Manteau, in 
that of Burials Mantua. John and Mary Mantua had three children baptized 
here, viz., John in 1655, Sherman in 1658, Mary in 1669. John the father was 
buried in 1671, Mary his widow and the boy Sherman in 1677. That is the whole 
history of the family as far as the Registers tell it. The name is apparently 
foreign, and I have already suggested that John Mantua may have been one of the 
retinue of the Earl of St. Albans, or of Queen Henrietta Maria whom he is 
supposed to have married, and have been settled in one of the houses in Horringer 
belonging to the Jermyns of Rushbrook. The date agrees very well. I have also 
made the rather wild guess that when the foreign John Mantua was asked by the 
minister. Name this child, he said Sherman, meaning to call the child Jermyn after 
the name of his patron, which the minister did not understand. The owner of 
Rushbrook at the time when John Mantua came to Horringer was Thomas 
Jermyn, elder brother of the Earl of St. Albans. 

MOYLE. — In the Register of Baptisms will be found that of Thomas 
Coppinger Moyle in 1747, Isabella Moyle in 1749, children of Thomas and Sarah 
Moyle. 

Sir Robert Davers, 2nd baronet, married Mary Jermyn, one of the five daughters 
and co-heiresses of Thomas, Lord Jermyn. This marriage brought Rushbrook to 
the Davers family. Of the ten children of this marriage Robert and Jermyn 
became successively 3rd and 4th baronets, and Thomas was the admiral who had 
Little Horringer hall. (See Davers.) Another of the ten children was Isabella, 
who married General IMoyle. General Moyle amongst other children had a son 
Thomas, who in 1745 married Sarah Coppinger, and it is they who for a time 
lived in Horringer and had two children baptized here. Thomas was admitted at 
the Bury Grammar School at midsummer, 1730, and died in 1766. Sarah his 
wife died in 1764. 

Of the two Moyle children baptized here there is not much to be said. Thomas 
Coppinger became a Lieut. -Colonel, died unmarried in 1788 aged 41 years, and is 

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buried at Lichfield. Isabella also died unmarried. There was another sister, 
Mary, not baptized here, who married Benjamin Hands, and was buried here in 
1820 aged 65 years. See tombstone No. 97. 

Where the Moyle's house in Horringer was I have not been able to make out. 
I imagine that it was on the Ickworth side of Horringer, somewhere between the 
present Horringer gate and Hammond's gate, on ground that is now either wood 
or just inside the park. George, Lord Bristol, who succeeded his grandfather in 
1751, has entered in a book purchases made by him since his grandfather's death. 
Amono'st them is this, " To Mr. George Boldevo for house and lands belonging to Mr. 
Moyle in the parish of Horringer, £840.'' We may notice what a nest of cousins 
there was at Horringer while Dr. Symonds was at the rectory, Admiral Davers at 
Little Horringer, Mr. Moyle in his house, with Sir Jermyn Davers as patron and 
lord of the manor. 

In vol. 3 of the Proceedings of the Suffolk Archaeological Institute is a paper by 
Mr. Samuel Tymms on the old house in the Meat Market, Cupola house, formerly 
belonging to the Macro family. Mr. Tymms says, p. 379, that in 1745 it was 
bought by Thomas Moyle and settled according to the uses of his marriage settle- 
ment, and that it was sold by his son Thomas Coppinger Moyle to Robert Hockley, 
grocer. 

VALENTINE MUNBEE.— Mr. Gage says that soon after 1730 John 
Kettle sold his copyhold estate at Horringer to Valentine Mumby (sic) of Ixworth, 
who built a house on it, which his son Valentine sold in 1768 to John Everatt. 
Everatt is an error of Mr. Gage's for Everall. This was the old Covel estate, and 
the house is now called Horringer house. The only Munbee or Munby who 
enters into the registers is the first of the above two Valentines, who was buried 
here in 1750. His tombstone is App : II, No. 10. The younger Valentine was 
educated at Bury Grammar School and Caius College, Cambridge, and admitted 
at the Middle Temple in 1758. About 25 years ago I recollect seeing the 
announcement of the death of Valentine Munbee in the newspapers. He died at 
Weston-super-Mare, and was, I think, a General, and over 80 years of age, so 
that he might have been a grandson of the Valentine who sold Horringer house. 

NOILLE alias REVE.— See Reve. 



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WILLIAM OLIVER. — In 1712 William Oliver was appointed to be 
Ickworth land-steward. He had been in Lord Bristol's employ for several years 
previous to that. His predecessor as steward, William Covell, had died in 1707. 
(See Covell.) In 1720 William Oliver was married in Ickworth church to Ann 
Webster of Newmarket. After his marriage he Hved in Horringer. Six of his 
children were baptized in Horringer church, viz., John in 1721, William and Ann, 
twins, in 1722, Thomas in 1724, Isabella in 1725, George in 1727, buried in 1730. 
Where William came from originally I do not know, nor where he was buried. 
Not at Horringer. He was still Ickworth land-steward in 1748, and I know not 
how much longer. Probably he came from Bury, and went back there to die 
when his life's work was ended.* 

REV. JOHN OLIVER.— John, the eldest son of the above William Oliver, 
was godson of John, Lord Bristol, who at any rate looked after his material 
interests. In the summer of 1730 he went to the Bury Grammar School. In 
Aug. 1 73 1 Lord Bristol writes from Ickworth to his son Lord Hervey who was at 
Court, and says, " Will Oliver's son ivill be of age fit for ye Charter-house on ye 9th of 
Nov. next, and if you could get but one turn for him from ye King, Queen, Prince, or any 
other of your great friends, I would never trouble you or them any more." Letter 931. I 
have not found out whether he went to Charter-house School or remained at 
Bury. In 1738 he went up to Trinity College, Cambridge, Lord Bristol giving 
him ^15 to pay for his caution money and for the furniture of his chambers. In 
1742 he took his B.A. degree. I suppose he was then ordained and had a curacy 
somewhere not far off. One day in April, 1749, he came running over to Ickworth 
from Bury to tell Lord Bristol that " Mr. Davis, rector of Tuddenham dyed this 
morning." Lord Bristol presented him to Tuddenham, and also tried hard to get 
the Lord Chancellor, Lord Hardwick, to appoint him to Cavenham, that he might 
hold the two together. Letters 1332, 1334, 1339. But the Lord Chancellor 
would not consent. John Oliver remained rector of Tuddenham from 1749 to 
1786. He also held the living of St. James, Icklingham, from 1767 to 1786. I 
presume he died in 1786. His subscription of one guinea to the Suffolk Ship 
(App : IX) in 1782 is printed under Icklingham, but he was not buried there. 

* I am indebted to Alderman J. G. Oliver, whose fathers have lived in Bury for many genera- 
tions, for help in trying to connect William Oliver with them ; but we could not get quite evidence 
enough to prove it. It therefore remains only an unproved probalnlity . 



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THOMAS OLIVER.— Thomas, the second son of WilUam OHver, went to 
Bury Grammar School in Oct. 1734. Apparently his father was then living in 
Bury, as he is described in the Admissionum Catalogue as being of St. James' 
Parish in this Burgh. I don't suppose he stayed there long, as he went into the 
Navy. In 1740 Lord Bristol mentions him as being in the same ship with his 
grandson Augustus (afterwards Admiral and 3rd Earl of Bristol); and in 1748 
Lord Bristol writes to his son Felton Hervey, then M.P. for Bury, asking him to 
use all his influence to get Thomas Oliver a lieutenancy. " He hath been 12 years 
at sea, four years ivheveof he hath been a midshipman on board the Hampton Court, Commo- 
dore Mostyn, commander, and is now at Portsmouth. He hath passed his examination at 
the Admiralty and obtained a certificate in form of his being qualified for promotion. His 
father hath been above fourty years in my service.''' Letters 1140, 1275. There I must 
drop him, not being able to follow his career any further. 

WILLIAM OLIVER, Jun. — This boy went to the Bury Grammar School 
in Oct. 1734, at the same time as his brother Thomas, but that is all I know about 
him, 

PEYTON.— See Skelton. 

PHIPPS. — On Aug. 6, 1748, will be found the baptism of George William, 
son of Constantine and Lepel Phipps. This child was privately baptized at 
Horringer where his parents were then staying, and received into the church a 
month later at Ickworth, and is entered in the registers of both parishes. Never- 
theless his birth seems to have been unknown by the compilers of peerages, who 
do not mention him. I presume that he died quite young, so that there is nothing 
more to say about him. 

His father, Constantine, was the son of William Phipps and grandson of Sir 
Constantine Phipps, who was appointed Lord Chancellor of Ireland in 1710. 
Nineteen years after the birth of this child he was created an Irish peer. Lord 
Mulgrave of New Ross, and died in 1775. His mother, Lepel, was the eldest 
daughter of John Lord Hervey. Horace Walpole describes her when she was 
Miss Hervey as " a fine black girl, but as masculine as her father should be." Corr : I, 
113. She died very suddenly in 1780 at the Admiralty. 

This child was their second child. The eldest, Constantine John, was a distin- 
guished naval officer, and commanded an expedition to discover a north-east 



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passage to Asia. Had this child lived, he might have been numbered among the 
distinguished natives of Horringer, as on his father's side alone he had two 
brothers, three nephews, and a great nephew, besides a great grandfather and his 
cousin, who have all got a place in the Dictionary of National Biography. 

The Phipps's came occasionally to stay at Horringer, though I cannot make 
out where the house was. Possibly it was the same house as that in which the 
future Bishop of Derry spent the first few years of his married life. I think Dr. 
Malfalguerat, an eminent accoucheur of Bury St. Edmunds, was partly the attrac- 
tion. The nearness to Ickworth was of course another. They seem to have been 
here again the following year, for Lady Hervey writes from Ickworth to Mr. 
Morris on Aug. 23, 1749, and says, "Mr. and Mrs. Phipps are now so near me, that I 
see them almost every day* which is a great satisfaction to me. They are both most agreeable 
people, and she is the best, the most amiable child that ever any parent was possessed of.'' 
p. 160. On this occasion Mrs. Phipps's brother, a Cambridge undergraduate, 
was staying with them and apparently studying very hard. His name was 
Frederick Hervey, and he was afterwards Bishop of Derry. Apparently the 
house, wherever it was exactly, was only a small one, as Lord Bristol writing to 
his granddaughter, Mrs. Phipps, just after she had left, viz., on Sept. 19, 1748, 
says that Lady Hervey had suggested their coming there, but "/ as constantly dis- 
suaded it, foreseeing the many inconveniences you ivoud necessarily undergo from the 
incapacity of my poor cottage to receive you as I ought." Letter 1302. 

THOMAS REEVE alias NOILLE.— The alias is also written Newell and 
Noel. He was rector of Horringer from May, 1520 to 1528, when he resigned. 
He was presented to the hving by the Abbot of Bury. As the Abbot who pre- 
sented him was John Reeve alias Noel, very likely they were brothers. Abbot 
Reeve, the last of the Abbots of Bury, was a native of Melford ; he was elected 
Abbot in 1514, and in Nov. 1539 he was coriipelled to surrender the monastery 
and retire on a pension. He died four months afterwards at Bury and was buried 
in St. Mary's Church. 

REV. THOMAS ROGERS.— A memoir of him will be found in the Diet : 
of Nat : Biography, but there is not much to say about him except dates. He is 
supposed to have been a native of Cheshire, and was a student of Christ Church, 
Oxford, B.A. in 1573. He was presented to the rectory of Horringer in Dec. 
158 1 by Queen Elizabeth. I presume that she presented him on account of the 



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old Bury Abbey property having not yet got settled down in the hands of its new 
lav possessors. In Aug. 1588 he was married in Horringer Church to Bridget 
Wincol. The Jermyn MSS in the library of the Suffolk Archaeological Institute 
give a pedigree of the Wincol family, from which it appears that she was one of 
seven children of John and Margery WincoU of Netherhall in Little Waldingfield, 
in which parish her grandfather Roger Wincol and his father had been clothiers. 
Her brother Isaac, also of Netherhall in Little Waldingfield, married Mary, 
daughter of Sir Thomas Gawdy, Judge of the Queen's Bench. 

Thomas and Bridget Rogers had one child, Robert, baptized here in Oct. 1589, 
of whom I know nothing more. 

Thomas Rogers was the author of several theological works, which were much 
read in their day, but for which I expect there is little demand now, and one can 
only marvel how anybody ever got through them. The chief of them is an 
exposition of the 39 Articles. He was the opponent of Dr. Bound on the 
Sabbatarian question, which was one of the earliest points on which the Puritans 
diverged from the High Church party. Dr. Bound, who was rector of Norton 
near Bury St. Edmunds, took the Puritan view of the Sabbath, while Thomas 
Rogers laid on for the High Church view. He had at one time been chaplain to 
Bishop (afterwards Archbishop) Bancroft. 

He was buried at Horringer in Feb. 1615/6, and his wife Bridget joined him 
ten days later. Antony Wood says that "he was buried in the chancel of the 
church there, under a rough, unpoUshed and broken gravestone without name or 
epitaph." 

REV. GEORGE ROGERS. — He was appointed to the rectory of Horringer 
just 150 years after the death of the above Thomas Rogers; but I do not expect 
that there was any connection between them, i.e., not more than there is between 
all the sons of Adam. From the Supplement to the Suffolk Traveller I learn that 
he was a native of Bury St. Edmunds and educated at the Bury Grammar 
School. From there he went to Trinity College, Cambridge, was elected a fellow 
of his College, and took his B.A. degree in 1764. In 1765 he became curate at 
Horringer. In 1766 he was presented by Sir Charles Davers to the rectory of 
Little Welnetham, which he resigned in 1767 on being presented by Sir Charles 
to Horringer. He held Horringer till May 1784, when the Earl-Bishop of Derry 



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presented him to Sproughton. He remained there over 50 years, and died in 
December, 1835, aged 94. If he had stayed on at Horringer till his death he 
would have held it for 68 years. In that case neither Mr, Kerrich nor Mr. Hasted 
would have come here, and he would have been succeeded by Lord Arthur 
Hervey, who was already rector of Ickworth. If Lord Arthur had likewise 
remained at Horringer till his death in 1894, he would have held it for 59 years, 
and the two together would have held it for over 127 years. During the course of 
125 years there would have been only once a vacancy, only once a new rector. 

In May, 1768, he was married in Horringer Church to Elizabeth Drew of 
Horringer, by whom he had nine children baptized here between 1769 and 1783, 
and possibly there were others born at Sproughton. George, Elizabeth, Peter, 
Edward, Thomas, Lucy, James, Robert, Martha Maria, were born here, of whom 
Edward, Thomas, and Robert died in infancy. 

He published and edited some sermons. His portrait by W. M. Bennett has 
been engraved. 

Elizabeth Drew was the daughter of Edward and Suzan Drew. She was one 
of four sisters who were all married in Horringer Church respectively to Rev. 
George Watson of St. Mary's, Bury St. Edmunds, James Scarlin of Sudbury, and 
Samuel Burroughs of Stowmarket. 

RUSH BROOK. — This name is fairly common in the neighbourhood of Bury. 
The different families who own it need not be related to each other, though they 
all originally took their name from the same village. The first vowel is frequently 
changed, and the forms Rasbrook, Risbrook, and Rosbrook are more common 
than Rushbrook. There is only one entry in these registers that belongs to the 
family of Rushbrook that now owns Rushbrook, viz., the baptism in 1849 of 
William Henry son of WilHam Henry Rushbrooke. The latter. Commander 
R.N., was a son of Col. Rushbrook, M.P., and died in 1883 aged 68 years. 

THOMAS SACHE. — He was buried here in May 1661. I know nothing 
more about him except that he married Christian Lucas, widow of William Lucas 
of Horscroft, and thus was stepfather to Gibson Lucas, D.D., the parliamentarian 
who turned royalist, and presbyterian who turned episcopalian. (See Lucas.) 



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SANCROFT. There seems to have been one generation of a family of this 

name resident here at the opening of the i8th century. The name is generally 
spelt Sandcroft and Sondcroft. As Archbishop Sancroft was of a Suffolk family 
that had lands at Fressingfield, it is very possible that the Horringer Sancrofts 
were kinsfolk of his. His life lasted from 1617 to 1693. 

SCARLIN. — In July, 1774, James Scarlin of All Saints, Sudbury, was 
married here to Suzan Drew, whose sister Elizabeth was already married to the 
Rev. George Rogers, rector of Horringer. There was a Samuel Scarlin of Sud- 
bury, M.D., of the right age to have been his father, but I have not made out 
whether he was. James was buried at Horringer in 1825, aged 87 years, and 
Susan his widow Uved on till 1844. The register of burials gives her age as 99, 
her tombstone gives it as 98. The epigrammatic epitaph on it, ''She thought the 
world was like herself sincere," records two virtues on her part, and seems to have a 
hit at the world as well. From there being no entry of baptism of any child of 
theirs, I imagine they only came to live in Horringer late in life, perhaps when a 
Drew estate came to their pdssession. Tombstone No. 153. 

Their son James, No. 2, married Martha Fuller, and lived here and had two 
children baptized here, James Mathew and Martha Susanna, which last died in 
infancy. James died in 1854 aged 85, and Martha in 1859 aged 80. Tombstone 
No. 165. 

Their son James Mathew left Horringer some years before his death. His 
children by both marriages mostly died young. He died in 1890 aged 80 years. 
Tombstone No. 195. 

The Rev. Walter James Scarlin, of John's Coll: Cambridge, B.A. 1867, at 
present represents the family, being a son of James Mathew. 

SIR JAMES SIMPSON. — His name does not appear in the printed 
registers, as his death occurred after 1850, which is my stopping point. But as 
his tombstone. No. 209, is among those whose inscriptions I have recorded, I must 
make a note about him. He came to spend the evening of his life here, renting 
Brook house. From the Memoir of him in the Diet : of Nat : Biography, and 
from the sermon preached in Horringer Church on the Sunday after his funeral 
by Lord Arthur Hervey, I take the following particulars. 



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He was born at Edinburgh on Feb. 12, 1792, and educated at Edinburgh 
University. He was the son of David Simpson of Teviotbank, Roxburghshire. 
His military career began as early as 1808 in the Madras Cavalry. After a year 
or two he gave that up and returned to England. In 181 1 the Duke of York gave 
him a commission in the ist (Grenadier) Guards. In 1812 he was sent to Spain, 
and took a part in the defence of Cadiz, the relief of Seville, and the retreat from 
Burgos. In 1813 he returned home with his regiment. In 1815 he was ordered 
out agam, was severely wounded at Quatre Bas and invalided. In 1826 he was 
appointed Lieut. -Col. of the 29th Foot, took it to Mauritius and stayed there till 
1837, when he returned to England. In 1838 he became Colonel in the Army. 
In 1842 he was re-appointed to the 29th and took it to Bengal. In 1845 he was 
appointed second in command to Sir Charles Napier in Scinde. In 1846 coming 
home in bad health he was appointed Commandant of Chatham, and afterwards 
Commander-in-Chief at Portsmouth. When the Crimean War broke out in 1854 
he was appointed by Lord Raglan Chief of the Staff. On the death of Lord 
Raglan in 1855 he succeeded to the chief command. After the fall of Sebastopol 
he resigned the command and returned to England. He was a brave man and 
one who would neglect no duty, but he was better qualified to act as a second in 
command than as a chief. He took Brook house in Horringer in i860, and there 
he resided till his death in April, 1868, aged 76 years. In 1839 he had married 
Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Robert Dundas of Beechwood, Midlothian. She died 
in 1840. 

Having run through his military career there only remains to give one or two 
extracts from Lord Arthur's sermon to show him from another point of view. 
" The greater part of this peaceful close of an active and eventful life he passed amono- 
us at Horringer. And to see his gentle presence and humble bearing and quiet 
demeanour, as he went in and out amongst us, who woidd have thought that he was 
familiar with rough war and its terrible glories, and had commanded armies on- the 
battlefield. You know how kind and friendly and neighbourly he was in all his 
dealings with rich and poor ; you knoiv too how constant he was in his attendance in 
this house of prayer as long as his health made it possible for him to come to church, 
and what a consistent example he set us of christian virtue in all the arrangements of 
his life. As far as my own personal observation of his chaiacter went, and I had 
great opportunities of judging, I shoidd say of him that lie was pre-eminently a fast 
and true friend to those whom he called his friends ; that he was a man of tender 



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heart and kind deep feelings ; that he was singularly upright, sincere, true and just in 
all his dealings; that he was remarkably pure-minded, and that the purity of his 
speech corresponded thereto; that he had a genuine humility and simplicity of 
character which prevented his ever speaking of himself or magnifying his own achieve- 
ments." 

One extract more as to ''his intense and childlike love of nature. '' " That was a 
book of beauty which his eyes ever loved to look upon ; and I verily believe that no 
child ever took more delight in spring flowers and the notes and nests of birds and the 
other simple pleasures of the country than did this veteran commander of great armies, 

to whom all the pomps of oriental splendour were familiar To see him 

watch the rooks and mark their voice and their ways at the return of spring, to see 
him walk through the lanes laatching the white-thorn as it began to bud, or to hear 
him discourse of some rare songster whose note had attracted his ear, you could hardly 
think it was the same person who had stormed the strongholds of the Boogtie tribes, or 
faced a thousand deaths in the trenches of Sebastopol." 

SKELTON. — In Dec, 1675, will be found the baptism of Katharine, 
daughter of John Skelton, Esq., and the Lady Payton, his wife. What they were 
doing in Horringer, whether residents or visitors, I have not been able to make 
out. But as the rector of Horringer was also rector of Boxford, Lady Peyton's 
old home, that may somehow account for it. (See Womack.) Sir Algernon 
Peyton of Peyton hall, Boxford, Co. Suffolk, and of Dodington, Co. Cambridge, 
succeeded to the estates on the death of his brother. Sir John, in 1660, and in 
1667 was made a baronet, the former baronetcy having become extinct at his 
brother's death. Sir Algernon was married to Frances, daughter and heiress of 
Sir Robert Sewster, Knt., of Ravely, Co. Huntingdon. She is the Lady Peyton 
mentioned above. She survived Sir Algernon and was married secondly to John 
Skelton, who was a soldier. Unfortunately there were two John Skeltons in the 
Army at the same time between 1670 and 1690; the numerous regiments in which 
they served and the successive steps which they gained are given in Doyle's Army 
Lists for that period, but I have found it impossible to distinguish between them, 
and to say which was ours and which was the other. One of them was a son of 
Sir John Skelton, Lieut. -Governor of Plymouth, and brother of Col. Bevil Skelton 
who was a man of some note. Bevil and one of the two Johns were both 
adherents of James II after his deposition, i.e., high Tories. The memoir of Bevil 



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Skelton in the Diet : of Nat : Biography says that he married firstly Frances, 
daughter of Sir Robert Sewster and widow of Sir Algernon Peyton. But that 
must be a mistake. The above entry in the Horringer register makes it clear that 
John Skelton married Lady Peyton. Probably Bevil and John were brothers. 

REV. THOMAS SMITH.— Sometimes written Smyth. I do not know 
anything of his parentage. In June, 1683, he was presented to the rectory of 
Horringer by Robert Sharpe, patron for this turn. As the register records the 
burial here in 1713 of Mrs. Judith Sharpe, mother of Thomas Smith, possibly 
Robert Sharpe was his stepfather and bought the next presentation from the 
Jermyn family for him. In 1685 Thomas Smith was presented by Thomas Lord 
Jermyn, to the rectory of Nowton. He held Nowton and Horringer till his death 
in 1725. He resided at Horringer, and had six children baptized there between 
1684 and 1695, viz., Mary, Thomas, Robert, Antony, Mary, Jane, of whom Mary, 
Antony, and Jane died in infancy. His first wife, Eleanor, was buried here in 
1706; his second wife, Elizabeth, survived him and was buried here in March 
1736/7. He was buried here in April 1725. Mr. Gage mentions a gravestone in 
the chancel of Horringer Church giving his age as 68, This is not now visible. 

In 1 71 2 was married at Horringer Thomas Smith, rector of Rougham, and 
Suzan Wiseman. I imagine that this Thomas was son of the rector of Horringer 
baptized here in 1686. 

In 1743 was married at Horringer Rev. Thomas Smith of Pakenham and Mrs. 
Mary EUis of Horningsheath. He was rector of Pakenham from 1742 to 1763, 
and rector of Stowlangtoft from 1748 to 1763. I imagine that he was son of the 
rector of Rougham and grandson of the rector of Horringer. The patronage of 
Horringer, Rougham, Pakenham, and Stowlangtoft all belonged at this time to 
families that were closely connected with each other, so that it is not unlikely that 
a son of the rector of one should be appointed to the rectory of another. The 
Smiths are not an easy family to track. 

THOMAS STANTON.— In 1602 Hardwick was purchased by Thomas 
Stanton of Bury St. Edmunds, mercer. In 1610 he sold it to Sir Robert Drurv 
of Hawstead for iioo pounds, who rebuilt the house, which was again rebuilt in 
1681 by Sir Dudley Cullum. Hardwick being extra-parochial, Thomas Stanton 
seems to have made use of Horringer Church. His daughter, Margery, was 



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baptized here in 1602, and his son Henry in 1608, and he himself was buried here 
in 1634. In 1661 was buried here Thomas Stanton, who I presume was a son of 
the former owner of Hardwick. From his tombstone, which is not now visible 
but is described in Gage's History of Thingoe Hundred, we learn that he was a 
Major, that he was 61 years at the time of his death, and that he was of Milden- 
hall. He was not baptized here, having been born just before his father bought 
Hardwick. I presume that he took a part in the civil war. Mr. Gage says that 
he was a royalist who compounded for his estate in the sum of ^160. 

REV. JOHN SYMONDS, D.D., rector of Horringer from 1725 to 1758.- 

He was born in 1696, was educated at Bury Grammar School, and by parentage 
was thoroughly Buriensis. 

For his grandfather was Henry Symonds, a rich clothier of Bury, who married 
Suzan, daughter of John Craske of Bury. 

And his father was John Symonds of Bury, who died in 1704 when young John 
was only 8 years old. And his mother's maiden name was Ann Hovell, and she 
was sister to Richard and Thomas Hovell, two active members of the Bury 
Corporation. 

These two uncles are now and then mentioned in the letters of John, Lord 
Bristol, and not being political friends or supporters of his were regarded by him 
with great indignation. 

In Sept., 171 3, Lord Bristol writes from Bath to Mr. Richard Hovell, Alderman 
of Bury, to thank the Corporation for returning his son and brother-in-law (Porter) 
as their representatives in Parliament. (Letter 436.) 

In Aug., 1 72 1, Lord Bristol writes from Ickworth to his wife in London, and says, 
" Yesterday I dined with ye Corpoyation, who received me with more universal kindness and 
respect (if possible) than ever, except ye two Hovells." (Letter 619.) A week later he 
writes again to his wife, " On Thursday next I am to treate the Corporation at the Angel 
in Bury ; they have given the Hovells a fresh mortification by choosing a kinsman of Mr. 
Macro's for their Preacher in exclusion of their nepheiv Symonds ; this, they say, they may 
take for offering to sett up an interest in opposition to Lord Bristol's. (Letter 627.) 

In Oct., 1723, one of the two Hovells had lately passed out of reach of Lord 
Bristol's indignation, for writing then from Bath to Alderman Ray he says, 

* For much information, genealogical and otherwise, about Dr. Symonds I am inde'oteil to 
Rev. William Symonds, vicar of Frocester in Gloucestershire. 



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_ . 

" Alderman Hovell being called to give an account of his past conduct, I shall leave him to 
that great tribunal with this short remark, that I have been young and noit) am old, yet did 
I never see any man prosper after deserting truth or his professed principles for any worldly 
interest whatsoever , an observation honest Mr. Hall would do ivell to consider of in time." 
(Letter 783.) But we must leave the uncles and go back to the nephew, merely 
expressing the hope that honest Mr. Hall was not too late. 

After leaving Bury Grammar School young John Symonds, who lived with his 
mother at Bury in Eastgate Street, went up to St. John's College, Cambridge, 
where he was admitted in 171 2. He was Spalding scholar and Symonds 
exhibitioner, and in 1716 took his B.A. degree, M.A. in 1720. In 1718 he became 
a fellow of his college. In Bishop Monk's Life of Bentley, p. 456, it is told that 
there was much heat shown in the appointment of Dr. Conyers Middleton to be 
librarian of the University library, and that the indignation against Symonds and 
another member of his college who had voted against Middleton was so great, that 
they were hooted the whole way back from the Schools to St. John's College. 

Having survived the hooting he was in August, 1724, presented by Sir Jermyn 
Davers to the rectory of Rushbrooke, which he resigned in 1726. In June, 1725, 
Sir Jermyn presented him to Horringer and Nowton, which both became vacant 
by the death of Rev. Thomas Smith. (See Smith.) About 6 months afterwards, 
in Jan., 1725/6, he was married in Hengrave Church to Mary Spring. This 
marriage connected him with several of the big houses in the neighbourhood of 
Bury, e.g., Hengrave, Rushbrook, Pakenham and others, and surrounded him 
with cousins and connections of all sorts at Bury, Horringer and elsewhere, and 
eventually brought lands and houses to him and his children. So we must see 
who Mary Spring was. 

She was the daughter of Sir Thomas and Merilina Spring. Sir Thomas Spring 
of Pakenham, 3rd baronet, was the descendant of Springs who were wealthy 
clothiers at Lavenham three hundred years before this, and to whom Lavenham 
Church owes some of its stately beauty. His wife Merilina was one of the five 
daughters and co-heiresses of Thomas, Lord Jermyn, of Rushbrook. As another 
of those five daughters had married Sir Robert Davers of Rushbrook, and was the 
mother of Sir Jermyn Davers, it follows that Sir Jermyn, the patron of Horringer 
rectory, and Miss Spring, who was now going to be married to the new rector of 
Horringer, were iirst cousins. Merilina, Lady Spring, survived Sir Thomas and 



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married secondly Sir William Gage of Hengrave, where she was living at the 
time of this marriage, which consequently took place in Hengrave Church. 

Miss Spring, now become Mrs. John Symonds, was evidently a smart woman. 
A letter from a Bury lady to Mrs. Ross of Helmingham, dated Feb. 4, 1725/6, 
says,* " Mr. Syni07ids teas married to the gay, the admired Molly Spring last week ; 
they are yet at Hengriff, are exjoected to spend some time at his mother's [in East- 
gate St.] before they go to housekeeping ; if so we must do ourselves the honour to 
visit these great people, hut I'm determined not to go to see 'cm at Horringer till I've 
a coach, you may guess when that will be. Her first suit a pinke sattin lined ivith 
silver tissue, the next a chmt silk lin'd ivith ivhite tabby, and so on, have hired six 
servants, 3 men in liveries, a Berlin and four horses; they must have a great deal of 
Oeconomy to support this figure with their fortune. Poor Mrs. King, Sir Jermyn 
Davers' sister, died last loeek, a mighty pretty ivoman ; tis surprising how that 
family goes off." If the writer of that letter had been writing about 40 years later, 
she would have had still more reason to say of the Davers family, Tis surprising 
how they go off. Mrs. Symonds had been before her marriage the object of 
several poems addressed to her by Col. Richardson Pack and printed in his 
miscellany. 

She had one brother, William, and one sister called after their mother, Merilina. 
Merilina married Thomas Discipline, Alderman of Bury, and had two daughters ; 
from one of whom are descended Le Heups and Cocksedges ; the other married 
John Godbold, who lived for many years in Bury and died in Oct. 1822 in the 
g3rd year of his age. 

Her brother William succeeded their father, Sir Thomas Spring, as 4th baronet 
in or about 1710, and died unmarried in 1737, when the Spring property at 
Pakenham came to his two sisters, Mrs. Symonds and Mrs. Discipline. This was 
divided between them, Mrs. Symonds having New hall and the great tithes, etc., 
Mrs. Discipline having the old hall or mansion and the advowson. 

I must wander a little from Horringer to state a very shocking fact which I find 
recorded in a folio MS. volume by Rev. George Jermyn giving the history of 
certain families, and given to my father by his son Archdeacon Jermyn. Mr. 
Jermyn says that the old manor house of the Springs at Pakenham passed from 
Mrs. Discipline to her two daughters, Mrs. Le Heup and Mrs. Godbold, and was 

* For this extract from a truly faminiae letter and for much else in this memoir I am indebted 
to a great great grandson of the smart couple, Rev. William Symonds, 



BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES. 351 

by them pulled down and the site sold : and when it was pulled down several of 
the family pictures in it were (apparently on purpose) burnt!!! However, Mr. 
Godbold preserved a few of them. One of Sarah (Cordell) Lady Spring he gave 
to Miss Casborne ; another of Elizabeth (Le Strange) Lady Spring he gave to 
Mr. Jermyn. 

To go back to the rector of Horringer. In 1737 his wife succeeded to her share 
of the Spring property at Pakenham. In 1738 he took the degree of S.T.P. or 
D.D., so that henceforth we may call him Dr. Symonds, but must not confound 
him with his son, the Professor. In or about 1738 his mother died at her house 
in Eastgate Street, Bury, and soon afterwards, I imagine in 1742, he left 
Horringer and went to live there. In 1742 he was appointed preacher at St. 
Mary's Church in Bury, having, as we have already seen, been disappointed 
twenty years before. He was also now made a J. P. for Suffolk. 

He had eight children baptized in Horringer Church. Jermyn, the eldest, 
baptized in 1726, must have died young, though there is no known record of his 
burial. [ohn and Thomas, twins, 1728, and Mary 1729, died in infancy. Of 
John, 1730, and Thomas, 1731, some account will be found below. Delariviere, 
1732, married Rev. John Casborne, and their grandson, Rev. Walter John Spring 
Casborne, inherited the Symonds' share of the Spring property at Pakenham. 
Anna Maria, 1742, died in 1758 aged 16 years, and was buried in the same grave 
as her father. 

I do not find much about Dr. Symonds in Lord Bristol's letters. There is one 
letter written by him from Ickworth in August, 1738, addressed to Mrs Henrietta 
Howard, who I think lived at Bury, and who had incurred Lord Bristol's anger 
by acquainting " the whole comimny at Dr. Symonds' " with something to his dis- 
advantage. '■^ I must insist wpon knoioing loho your informant loas, or ivhether they 
loill make good or retract their evidence." (Letter 1089.) 

I have not much more to say about Dr. Symonds. So far as one can see at 
this distance of time he was a very prosperous man and things went well with 
him. With his own estate, with the two livings of Horringer and Nowton, with 
the preachership at St. Mary's, with his wife's share of the Spring property and 
of the Jermyn property, he must have been very comfortably off. He had an 
estate at Horringer which he sold soon after 1750 to George, Lord Bristol, for 
;^4,500, This may have been part of the Jermyn property which his wife 



352 BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES. 



inherited from her mother, or it may have been bought by him. He kept the 
rectories of Horringer and Nowton and the preachership at St. Mary's till his 
death. 

He died Oct. 12, 1757, in the 6ist year of his age, and was buried in the chancel 
of Pakenham Church, The flat stone there tells us that " he ivas a wise and an 
honest man, a tender master, parent and husband ; and, tvithout which none can he 
truly great, a charitable and a sincere Christian." 

Another fiat stone close by is sacred to the memory of Mary his widow, last 
surviving daughter of Sir Thomas and Merilina Spring, who was born in 1698, 
and died in the 67th year of her age. 

Her sister Mrs. Discipline lies not far off. She died in Nov., 1761, aged 66 
years. 

Their mother Lady Spring, afterwards Lady Gage, also lies there. She died in 
Aug., 1727, aged 52 years. 

PROFESSOR JOHN SYMONDS. 1730— 1807.— He was the third, but 
eldest surviving, son of the rector of Horringer where he was baptized. He was 
educated at Bury Grammar School and St. John's College, Cambridge, and took 
his B.A. degree in 1752, being ^th Jun. Optime. In 1753 he was elected a fellow 
of Peter-house, and M.A. in 1754. In 1768 he was appointed Recorder of Bury. 
This office he resigned in Oct. 1801, when the Corporation voted him a piece of 
plate of the value of ^50 for his long and eminent services. In 1771, probably 
through the influence of the Duke of Grafton, Chancellor of the University, he 
was appointed Professor of Modern History, succeeding Thomas Gray the poet, 
and in the next year was created LL.D. and migrated to Trinity College. He 
afterwards travelled in France and Italy, and on his return to England built the 
house on the east side of Bury St. Edmunds which he called St. Edmund's hill, 
though the name has since been changed to the Mount. He records in his diary 
that the foundation stone was laid on April 2, 1773. The architect was Adam. 
It was built on ground which was part of his maternal grandmother's share of the 
Jermyn property. He was one of the small party which dined weekly at 
Ickworth when the Earl-Bishop of Derry made his occasional stays there. He 
was also a great friend of Arthur Young, to whose "Annals of Agriculture" he 
frequently contributed articles. He is frequently mentioned in Arthur Young's 
Autobiography, who mentions paying him several visits at St. Edmund's hill 



BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES. 353 

during a very dangerous illness in December, 1805. He survived this illness 
rather more than a year, and died in Feb., 1807, aged 77 exactly, and was buried 
at Pakenham. He died unmarried. His house at St. Edmund's hill he sold to 
Mr. Cocksedge, whose son, Martin Thomas Cocksedge, married Mary Le Heup, 
who was granddaughter to Mrs. Discipline, the Professor's aunt. His property 
at Pakenham he left to the Rev. John Walter Spring Casborne, his sister's 
grandson. 

His portrait was painted by George Ralph, and engraved in 1788 by J. Singleton. 

There is a memoir of him in the Diet : of Nat : Biography, which wrongly gives 
the year of his birth as 1728/9 instead of 1729/30. It also wrongly gives the year 
of his mother's death as 1774 instead of 1763. 

THOMAS SYMONDS. 1731— 1792.— This was the younger brother of the 
Professor, and like him baptized at Horringer. He went into the navy himself, 
and among his descendants are a large number of naval officers. Looking at the 
pedigree as it lies open before me I see no less than six naval officers among his 
immediate descendants. As one looks at it and sees R.N. after R.N. the words 
of the Psalm come into one's head: "These men go down to the sea in ships and 
their business is in the great waters." Among his sons there were two Admirals 
and two Commanders. Among his grandsons there was an Admiral and a naval 
Captain, besides a General in the Marines, and an army Captain who was 
drowned off New Zealand. Apparently if they did not go to sea, the sea came 
and claimed them. 

I cannot follow Thomas Symonds in his naval career, but must content myself 
with saying that he was twice married, firstly to Mary Noble, who died in 1771, 
and was buried in St. James' Church, Bury, secondly to Elizabeth Mallet. 

By his first wife he had a son Jermyn John, Commander R.N., who, as we are 
told by a mural tablet in Pakenham Church, "with his ship and whole crew was 
lost at sea in a gale of wind in October, 1796." There were also two daughters, 
Elizabeth who married Rev. Henry Heigham of Hunston hall, and Mary Ann 
who married John Benjafield of Bury St. Edmunds. 

By his second wife he was the father of Admiral Thomas Edward Symonds, 
who died in 1868, and Admiral Sir William Symonds, who died in 1856, and 
Commander John Charles Symonds, who died s. p. in 1840. 



254 BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES. 



There I nmst stop, as I have left Horringer far behind. Both the above 
Admirals had sons who followed their father's profession. Admiral Sir Thomas, 
son of Admiral Sir William, died in 1894, and it is to his son that I have already 
expressed my obligations. Memoirs of Sir William and of his son (not his brother) 
Sir Thomas will be found in the Dictionary of National Biography. 

Captain Thomas Symonds died at his brother's house, St. Edmund's hill, on 
May 2S 1792, aged 60 years. He was buried at Pakenham and shares a mural 
tablet there with his son Jermyn John. 

TINDAL.— See Duke. 

JOHN WADKIN, — Under March 31, 1690, John Hervey (afterwards Lord 
Bristol) records in his diary, ^' John Wadkins died 11 at night at London." I think 
John Wadkin was his coachman, and I presume he is the John, son of Thomas 
and Sarah Wadkin, baptized here in Sept., 1650. 

WIGSON.— We have seen that the Lucas family parted with Horscroft 
soon after 1700. They sold it to William Turnor of Bury St. Edmunds. Mr. 
Gage tells us that from William Turnor it passed to his son Henry, who left it in 
1764 to William Agor, who took the name of Turner. He by will dated 1771 left 
it ultimately to William Seaber of Colchester, merchant, and Elizabeth his wife. 
William Seaber died in 1784, and his wife, who survived him, left it to her niece, 
Elizabeth wife of William Wigson, whose son William Bacon Wigson inherited it 
and died in 1872, aged 85 years. Several children of his will be found in the 
Register of Baptisms. See also App : II, Nos. 14, 15, 16, 17. In the earlier 
entries the name is written Wigson, in the later ones it is written Wigston. I 
recollect perfectly when and why the change was made. In i860 my father was 
writing a short account of the Felton family for a meeting of the Suffolk 
Archaeological Institute, and in his researches for it came across a family of 
Wio-ston of Leicester in the 15th and i6th centuries, which took its name from a 
village in Leicestershire. He told the late Mr. William Bacon Wigson that that 
was the origin of his name, and so the dropped t was put in again. 

REV. LAWRENCE WOMACK. — He was rector of Horringer from 1662, 
or perhaps a year earlier, to 1683, when he was appointed Bishop of St. David's. 
I presume that there will be a memoir of him in the Diet; of Nat: Biog:, but his 



BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES. 355 



name has not yet been reached. Mainly from Blomefield's History of Norfolk, 
Bentham's History of Ely Cathedral, and the Supplement to the Suffolk Traveller, 
I gather the following facts about him. 

From 1595 to 1685 the parish of Fersfield in Norfolk had three successive 
Womacks for its rectors, viz., Henry from 1595 to 1609, Lawrence i6og to 1642, 
Arthur 1642 to 1685. I presume that these were respectively father, son, and 
grandson. Lawrence was also rector of Lopham in Norfolk. 

Francis Blomefield, the historian of Norfolk, was born at Fersfield in 1705, and 
was afterwards rector of it. His wife was Mary, daughter of another Lawrence 
Womack, rector of Castor, who was a cousin of the Womacks of Fersfield. He 
tells us that various charges were brought by the roundheads against Arthur 
Womack who held the living of Fersfield during the civil war and commonwealth. 
Amongst other things he was charged with speaking these words: 
Here is a health unto his Majesty, 

Pray God confound his foes, 
And the devil take all Roundheads, 
P'or we are none of those. 
He was thrown into Ipswich gaol, but after a time set free. (Blomefield's Norfolk, 
ed. 1805, I, 112.) 

Lawrence Womack, jun., the son of Lawrence and the brother of Arthur, was 
born in 161 2, and educated at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. In 1642 he 
succeeded his father Lawrence at Lopham, but was soon afterwards deprived of 
it. Before that he had been living at Quidenham as chaplain to the Holland 
family. In July, 1660, he was made a Prebendary of Ely Cathedral. In 1661 he 
had the degree of S.T.P. conferred upon him per literas regias, and was presented 
to the rectory of Horringer by Sir Thomas Jermyn. His institution is dated 
July, 1662, but his predecessor, Robert Gooderich, had died in 1660, and his name 
appears in the registers in Jan., 1661. He buried his wife Ann here in 1665. The 
child Ann, whose birth and her mother's death came together, died in Oct., 1685, 
aged 19 years. Another child, Mary, died in infancy. No children survived him, 
and his cousin Mary, who married Francis Blomefield, was his heir. In 1660 he 
was appointed Archdeacon of Suffolk (Gage says of Sudbury), and also made a 
Prebendary of Hereford Cathedral. He also had the living of Boxford in Suffolk. 
Boxford belonged for many years to the Peytons, and Sir Algernon Peyton lived 
there. So possibly Lady Peyton may have been on a visit to him when her child 



356 BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES. 



Katharine was born, or she may have brought the child to Horringer to be 
baptized by her old friend. (See Skelton.) 

Lawrence Womack remained rector of Horringer till 1683, when he was 
appointed Bishop of St. David's. He was the author of several controversial 
works directed against the Puritans. He died in March, 1686, aged 73, and was 
buried in St. Margaret's Church, Westminster, "where is a white marble 
monument affixed to one of the pillars at the west end of the church" with an 
inscription. So writes Bentham in 181 2. I have not ascertained whether it is 
still there. 

WYMARK. — This name must not be confounded with the preceding one, 
though when carelessly spelt Wymock it gets very like it. There appear to have 
been two generations of a family of this name living here from about 1730 to 
about 1780. Their farm-house seems to have been near Horringer Green, which 
I take to mean not what is called Horringer Green now, but the old sheep green 
towards Horringer house. In 1775 John Whymark, jun., rented 188 acres from 
Lord Bristol, paying yearly a gross rent of ;^i3o. By 1781 the farm was broken 
up and divided among several tenants. The house stood empty for a time, the 
window tax being paid by Lord Bristol as it was in his own hands. Seventeen 
shillings was the annual amount of that. The Bury Post for Aug. 19 and Sept. 9, 
1784, gives details of the new window tax just then imposed. From this I gather 
that a tax of 17 shillings in 1781 would imply a house with 12 windows. The new 
window tax of 1784 would have increased this to 35 shillings. I think the house 
was then pulled down. While it stood empty horses coming to Horringer fair 
were turned into its yard the night before at a payment of 2 pence each. There 
were generally from 30 to 40. After a few years all traces of Wymark's dis- 
appears. The family seem to have gone into Reed and Whepstead. 

In the late Mr. Beckford Bevan's little book about St. James' Church at Bury 
St. Edmunds, Edward Wymark, draper, is mentioned as giving £10 in 1521 to 
the glazing of the west window of that church. 



HH 



INDBXES. 



INDEX No. 1, 

Being an index to Appendix II which contains the monumental inscriptions now 
visible within the church. The reference is to the numbers which I have given to 
the stones. 



BIDWELL 9. 
BLAGGE 18. 
BROOKE 13. 
CHERRY 6. 
COOK 18. 



COVEL 18. 
FOSTER 5. 
GEDGE 1. 
GIPPS 11, 12. 
GOULD 7. 



KEDINGTON 4. 
LUCAS 2, 3, 8. 
MUNBEE 10. 
WIGSON 14, 15, 16, 17. 



INDEX No. 2. 

Being an index to Appendix III, which contams all the monumental inscriptions 
in the churchyard. The reference is to the number which I have given to each 
stone. 



ADAMS Hannah 123. 
ADAMSON Rev. Timothy 8. 

— Mary 8, 

— Three children 8. 
ADKIN Ann 53. 

— EHzabeth 38. 

— John 39. 
ARNSBEY John 20. 
BAKER Elizabeth (2) 174. 

— Leonard G. 174. 

— Robert 174. 
BARNES AHce M. 183. 
BARTON Ann 22. 

— John 111. 

— Stephen 111. 
BARWICK John 131. 

— John M. 131. 
BEALES Christian 62. 

— John 61. 
BIDWELL James 142. 

— Susannah 140. 

— Woodward 140, 141. 
BILSON Edith 71. 

- Matilda 71. 
BOREHAM James 214. 

— Mary 214. 
BOWERS Elizabeth 191. 



BOYCE Richard 94. 
BRAMWELL Elizabeth 139. 
BREWSTER Elizabeth 79. 

— John 79. 
BRIDGEMAN Charles 72. 

— Joseph 72. 
BROOK William 34. 
BROWN Elizabeth 173. 

— George 219. 

— Susan 219. 
BUNTING Elizabeth 42. 

— Joshua 43. 
BURROUGHS Mary 138. 
BYFORD Ann 116. 

— Henry 186. 

— James 189. 

— Margaret A. 116. 

— Susannah 189. 

— Thomas 116. 
CATCHPOLE Sarah 127. 
CATER Elizabeth 83. 

— Emily 170. 

— George 204. 

— Henry 83. 

— Isaac 152. 

— Mary 217. 

— Sophia 122. 



CATER William 122. 
CLARK Anna 107. 
COCKERIL Maria 168. 

— Nathaniel 168. 

— Thamar (2) 168. 

— William 168. 
COOK Gwennie 196. 

— R. 76. 
COPPING Rebecca 73. 
CORNELL Emily 210. 

— John 210. 

— Mary Ann 210. 
COVEL William (2) 15. 
CRACK Edward 201, 202. 
CRICK Sarah 12. 

— Stephen 11. 
DEATH Esther 162. 

— James 162. 

— Rebecca 162. 
DOUBLE Ann 55. 

— G. S. 59. 

— John 55. 

— Mary Ann 58, 59. 

— William 155. 

— W. N. 60. 

— W. S. 56. 
DOVE Elizabeth 211. 



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MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS.— INDEX. 



DOVE John F. 211. 
DRAKE Edward 148. 

— Elizabeth 149. 

— James T. 150. 
DREW Edward 33, 36. 

— Francis 36. 

— William 36. 
EADE Harriot 169. 

— Jane 169. 
EDWARDS Edward 207. 

— Mary 63. 

— Mary Ann (2) 207. 

— Percy M. 200. 

— William 63, 207. 
ELEY Emma 194. 
ELLICE Sir Charles 213. 
ELSDEN Abraham 74. 

— Elizabeth 4. 

— Jane 1. 

— John 75. 

— Martha 2. 

— Richard 1. 
EVERED Fred 117. 

— James 81. 
- Susan 81. 

— Thomas 117. 
EWEN Ann 25. 

— Four children 24. 

— Hannah 28. 

— John 24, 25, 27. 

— Margaret 26. 

— William 29. 
FARRANTS George 156. 

— John 157. 

— Mary 156. 
FOSTER Mary Ann 218. 

— William 198. 
FRENCH Thomas 64. 
FRYER George 187. 
FROST Ann 114. 

— Francis 113. 

— Hannah 115. 

— John 112. 

— William 78, 96. 
GARDINER Frances 103. 

— John 102, 104, 134, 135 

— Sarah 102. 

— Thomas 103, 136. 
GARWOOD Caroline 220. 

— George 220. 

— Susan 181. 
GAULT Margaret 23. 
GAY Charlotte M. 182. 
GEDGE Ann 143. 
GIRLING Arthur G. 185. 
GODFRY Edward 86. 

— Mary 32. 



GODFRY William 32. 
GOODCHILD Castell 35. 

— Susan 37. 

— Thomas 175. 
GREEN John 205. 

— John H. 206. 
HAMMOND Elizabeth 54. 
HANDS Benjamin 97. 

— Mary 97. 
HARVEY Jane 87. 

— Theophila31. 

— Thomas 87. 
HIBBLE Margaret 41. 
HILL David 30. 
HOUGHTON Elizabeth 5, 

— Hannah 84. 

— Michael 84. 
HOWE Rebecca 105. 

— Thomas 106. 
HUNT Mary Ann 216. 
JACOB Elizabeth 89. 
JONES William 208. 
KEMP John 88. 

— Mary Ann 88. 
KERRICH Alice (2) 137. 

— Rev. T. 137. 

— Thomas 137. 
KETTLE Elizabeth 13. 

— John 14. 
LANGHAM Elizabeth 91. 

— John 91, 188. 

— Mary 188. 
LAST Mary Ann 212. 

— William 80. 
LEECH Ellen 192. 

— Matilda 192 
LILLY Hannah 123. 

— William 123. 
MELLER Ann 10. 

— John D. 9, 10, 16. 

— Mary 9. 

— Sarah 16. 

— Susanna 17. 
MISON Ann 164. 

— Four children 164. 

— Joseph 164. 

— Sarah C. 163. 
MITCHELL Elizabeth 6. 

Thomas 6. 
MORGAN Charles A. 146. 

— George F. 146. 

— William 147. 
MORTLOCK Lewis 52. 
MOYSE William 51. 
MURTON Charles W. 70. 

— Henry 70. 

— Mary 118. 



MURTON Suzan70. 

— Thomas 118, 119. 
MUSK Alfred 180. 

— Edward 77. 

— Mary Ann 77. 
NELSON George (2) 108 

— Grace 108. 

— Mary 109. 
NEWPORT Ann 49. 

— William 49. 
NICKOLS Mary 10. 
NUNN Susan A. 161. 
PALMER George 151. 
PARKER Amy 176. 
PEARSONS I Alice 93. 
PARSONS ( Elizabeth 67. 

— John 66. 

— Thomas 68. 

— William 93. 
PETTIWOOD Margaret 95. 
PLUM Mary 7. 

— William 7. 
POND Rachel 50. 

— William 50. 
POTTER Mary 120. 

— Robert 120. 
PRYKE Benjamin 45. 

— Elijah 44. 

— Elizabeth 145. 

— Emma 171. 

— James 171. 

— Keziah 45. 

— Phoebe 171. 

— Sarah 47. 

— Thomas 46, 
RAMPLING Susan 172. 
RHODES Jane 132 
RICHARDS Harriet 160. 

— John 160. 
ROLFE George F. 215. 

— George T. 199. 

— Jane 215. 

— Mary 90. 

— Rebecca 218. 

— Sarah 218. 
ROWE Harriot 184. 

— James 159. 

— Samuel 158. 

— Sarah 144. 

— Thomas 144. 
RUDLAND Sarah 11. 
RUTHERFORD Edward 21. 
SALE Ann 154. 

— Charles 197. 

— William 154. 
SCARLIN Agnes M. 195. 

— Caroline 167, 195, 



MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS.— INDEX. 



359 



SCARLIN Eliza A. 195. 

— James 153, 165. 

— James H. 166. 

— James M. 195. 

— Martha 165. 

— Mary O. 195. 

— Susan 153. 
SERGEANT Charlotte 190. 

— John 190. 

— Thomas 40. 
SHARPE Elizabeth 92. 

— Mary 121. 

— Thomas 92, 121. 
SILLET Ann 99. 

— Richard 98, 100. 
SIMPKIN Fanny 178. 
SIMPSON Sir James 209. 
SMITH John 66. 



SPALDING John 126. 

— Mary 124, 126. 

— Walter 125. 

— WiUiam 124. 
SPEDDING Jane 133. 
SPENCELY Rev. T. 97. 

— Mary (2) 97. 
SPENCER Hugh 110. 

— Mary 110. 
STURGEON Ann 130. 

— Elizabeth 128. 

— Fred: Will: 129. 

— John 128. 

— Michael 130. 
THOMPSON Jemima 177. 

— John 203. 
TWEED George 69. 

— Sarah 69. 



TWEED Thomas 65. 
WADE Ann (2) 82. 

— H. H. 82. 

— Thomas 82. 
WALKER John 8. 

— Mary 8. 
WALLACE Hannah 193. 
WELLS Robert 179. 

— Sarah 179. 
WESTRUP George S. 57. 
WHYMARK Mary 19. 
WICKES Theodore 18. 
WILKIN Sarah 85. 
WILLINGHAM Alice 48. 

— Thomas 48. 
WOODRUFFE Isabella 3. 



INDEX No. 3. 

Being an index to the biographical and genealogical notes, p. 273 to 356. 



ADAMSON Rev. Timothy 274. 
ALEXANDER Rev. Joseph 

275. 
BARBER family 275. 
BATTELEY Rev John 278. 

— Samuel M.P. 276. 
BEDELL William, Bishop of 

Kilmore 279. 
BEVAN George I. 288. 
BLAGGE Ambrose 289. 

— Dorothy 288. 

— Henry 289. 

— Margaret 291. 

— Col. Thomas 290. 
BOKENHAM family 292. 
BROOK family 293. 
BURGESS Rev. Richard 

D.D. 294. 
COVEL Rev. John D.D. 296. 

— Thomas 295. 

— William 294. 
CRASKE Rev. Henry 298. 
DAVERS family 298. 

— Admiral Thomas 300. 
DERRY Bishop of 318. 
DESPOTINE Dr. Jasper 302. 
DEVONSHIRE Eliz: Duch- 
ess of 328. 

DOVE John Fowler 302. 
DUKE family 303. 
DUNCOMBE Sophy 304. 
EWIN family 305. 



FIRMIN family 305. 
FOSTER Lady Elizabeth 328. 
FORSTER Rev. Edward 306. 
FRENCH Rev. John 307. 
GEDGE Peter 307. 
GIPPS family 309, 312. 

— Major Richard 310. 

— Sir Richard 309. 
GODOLPHIN Margaret 291. 
GOODCHILD Castell312. 
GOODRICK Lyon 314. 

— Rev. Robert 314. 
GRIGBY family 314. 
HANDS Mary '315. 
HARRISON Rev. John 316. 
HARVEY Tom 316. 
HASTED Rev. Henry 317. 
HEATH Nicholas 317. 
HEIGH AM Rev. Arthur 318. 
HERVEY Fred: Bishop of 

Derry, Earl of Bristol 
318. 

— Lord Arthur, Bishop of 

Bath and Wells 329. 

— Elizabeth C. 328. 

— John Aug: Lord 327. 
HOWE James 333. 
JERMYN family 333. 
KERRICH Rev. Thomas 333. 
LUCAS family 334. 

— Gibson D.D. 335. 

— William 335, 336. 



MANTUA family 337. 
MOYLE family 337. 
MUNBEE Valentine 338. 
NOILLE alias REEVE 

Thomas 341. 
OLIVER Rev. John 339. 

— William 339, 340. 

— Thomas 340. 
PEYTON Lady 346. 
PHIPPS family 340. 
REEVE alias NOILLE 

Thomas 341. 
ROGERS Rev. George 342. 

— Rev. Thomas 341. 
RUSHBROOK family 343. 
SACHE Thomas 343. 
SANCROFT family 344. 
SCARLIN family 344. 
SIMPSON Gen. Sir James 

344. 
SKELTON family 346. 
SMITH Rev. Thomas 347. 
STANTON Thomas 347. 
SYMONDS Rev. John D.D. 

348. 

— Professor 352. 

— Thomas 353. 
WADKIN John 354. 
WIGSON family 354. 
WOMACK Rev. Lawrence 

Bishop of St. David's 354. 
WYMARK family 356. 



360 



BAPTISMS.— INDEX. 



INDEX No. 4, BAPTISMS. 



ABBOT Martha 1754. 
ABLOT Sarah 1760. 
ADAMS Alice 1674. 

— Anable 1625. 

— Ann 1782, 1785. 

— Bridget 1603. 

— Elizabeth 1815. 

— Else 1707. 

— Grace 1629. 

— Henry 1776. 

— John 1633. 1706, 1761, 

1764, 1775, 1802. 

— Martha 1633. 

— Mary 1769, 1776. 

— Mary L. 1775. 

— Paul 1665, 1714. 

— Rachel 1711. 

— Ralph 1679, 1704. 

— Robert 1593, 1636. 

— Samuel 1771. 

— Samuel G. 1804. 

— Sarah 1771, 1779. 

— William 1635, 1773. 

— 1702. 

ADKIN Abigail 1636, 1673 

— Ann 1679. 

— Charlotte 1792. 

— Elizabeth 1810. 

— Frederick 1797. 

— John 1641, 1676, 1789, 

1818. 

— Margaret 1665. 

— Maria 1786. 

— Nathaniel 1760. 

— Susan 1667, 1762. 

— Thomas 1638, 1743. 

— Thomas G. 1807. 

— William 1795. 

— William S. 1818. 
ALDERTON Alice 1693, 

— Christopher 1684. 

— Hannah 1689. 

— John 1686. 

— Robert 1687. 

— Sarah 1691. 

— William 1682. 
ALEXANDER Frances 1695. 

— Joseph 1693. 

— 1702. 

ALLEN John 1755. 

— Lydia 1626. 

— Sarah 1624. 

— Susan 1761. 

— Thomas 1752. 
ALMOND Mary 1673. 



ALSTON William 1845. 
ALVES ( Ann 1790. 
AVIS I David 1845. 

— Eliza 1817. 

— George 1777, 1787, 1815. 

— Grace 1748. 

— Hannah 1824, 1847. 

— Harry 1847. 

— Henry 1813. 

— John 1749. 1780. 

— Lucy 1810, 1812, 1843. 

— Mary 1746, 1778, 1780, 

1808. 

— Rebecca 1782. 

— Robert 1781, 1849. 

— Samuel 1744. 

— Sarah 1782, 1810. 

— Sophy 1779, 1822. 

— Susanna M. 1819. 

— Thomas 1752, 1775. 

— William 1785, 1786, 1841 
AMBROSE Ann 1779. 

— Anna Maria 1804. 

— Elizabeth 1781, 1809. 

— Henry W. 1807. 

— William 1777. 

— William C. 1813. 
ARBORN Arthur H. 1849. 

— Eliza 1816. 

— William 1822. 
ARGENT Amy C. S. 1748. 
ARNOLD Elizabeth 1677. 

— John 1677. 

— Mary 1815. 
ASHMAN William 1778. 
ASTY Martha 1637. 
ATKIN See ADKIN. 
AUSTIN Edward 1569. 

— Elizabeth 1571. 

— John 1567. 

— Nicholas 1564. 
BAILEY Alice 1616. 

— Ann 1620. 

— Elizabeth 1614. 

— Frances 1622. 

— William 1610, 1612. 
BAKER Elizabeth 1817. 

— Mary 1666. 

— Mary Ann 1811, 1812. 

— Susan 1663. 
BALDWIN James 1601. ■ 
BANHAM John Will: 1814. 
BANNOCK Anna Maria 1786. 

— Francis H. 1784. 

— John 1780. 



BANNOCK Mary Ann 1782. 

— William 1791. 
BARBAR Ann 1624. 

— Mary 1620. 

— Nicholas 1621. 

— Sarah 1612. 
BARDWELL Edward 1562. 

— Francis 1563. 

— Henry 1586. 

— Hester 1565. 

— John 1564. 

— Thomas 1561. 
BARKER Elizabeth 1561. 

— Henry 1563. 

— Thomas 1581. 
BAROM ( Alice 1577. 
BARON ( Edie 1592. 

— Edward 1588. 

— Elizabeth 1610. 

— Margaret 1585. 

— Mary 1583, 1599. 

— Robert 1597. 

— Thomas 1580, 1606. 

— William 1597. 
BARRELL John 1804. 
BARRETT Elizabeth 1568. 
BARTLET Susan 1712. 
BARTON Mary 1587. 
BASS I Ann 1706. 
BOSS) Elizabeth 1704. 

— Thomas 1703. 

— 1699. 

BATTLEY Ann 1717. 

— Charles 1721. 

— Elizabeth 1723. 

— John 1715, 1719. 

— Katherine 1718. 

— Nicholas 1725. 

~ Samuel 1701, 1716. 

— William 1727. 
BEDELL Ambrose 1618. 
BEDELL] Elizabeth 1788. 
BEDDLEf James 1772. 

— John 1763, 1766. 

— Jonathan 1775. 

— Martha 1761. 

— Mary 1769, 1793. 

— Thomas 1758. 
BELL Ann 1766. 

— Elizabeth 1764. 
BELLERMAN 1 Elizabeth 
BILLMAN ( 1760. 

— John 1757. 

— Mary 1763, 1791. 

— William 1755. 



BAPTISMS.— INDEX. 



361 



BENINGFIELD Penelope 

1577. 
BENNET Agnes 1585. 
BENNOLD Joan 1645. 

— Thomas 1648. 
BENSTEAD John 1699, 1700, 

— William 1701. 
BERNARD Ann 1640. 
BERRIE John 1572. 

— Margaret 1577. 

— Thomas 1575. 
BEVAN Edward 1844. 

— Ernest G. 1848. 

— Frederick N. 1849. 

— George B. 1842. 

— Louisa H. 1840. 

— Mary A. 1845. 

— Rachel G. 1847. 
BILHAM Elizabeth 1641. 
BILSON Elizabeth M. 1810. 

— William 1S08. 
BIRCHINAL Ann 1591. 
BIRD Catherine 1768. 

— James 1765. 

— John 1567. 

— Judith 1563. 

— Thomas 1729. 

— William 1565, 1570. 
BLAGGE Ambrose 1626. 

— Ann 1619. 

— Dorothy 1574. 

— Edmund 1630. 

— George 1611. 

— Harry 1609. 

— Henry 1628. 

— Humfrey 1624. 

— Judith 1620. 

— Katherine 1614. 

— Margaret 1635. 

— Martha 1622. 

— Thomas 1579, 1613. 
BLAND Gricyll 1663. 

— James 1663. 
BLENCOWE Martha 1834. 
BOLINGBOKE Jonathan 

1848. 

— Marianne 1846. 
BOOMAN Susan 1702. 
BOOTY Margaret 1625. 
BORDER Lawrence 1650. 
BOREHAM Amy 1848. 

— Ann 1841, 1842. 

— Betsy 1841. 

— Charles 1841. 

— Eliza 1819. 

— Elizabeth 1617, 1848. 

— Emily 1843. 



BOREHAM George 1846 (2) 

— Harriet 1824, 1845 (2). 

— Isaac 1817. 

— John 1843. 

— Joseph W. 1843. 

— Louisa 1843. 

— Lydia 1847. 

— Micah 1770. 

- Richard 1841. 

— Sophia 1827, 1834, 1837. 

— Walter 1846, 1847. 

— William 1822. 
BOSS See BASS. 
BOWER f Amy S. 1840. 
BOWERS \ Ann 1849. 

— Emma A. 1849. 

— Henry 1843, 1850. 

— Joshua 1579. 

— Robert 1846. 

— Susan 1848. 

— William 1843. 
BOWES Mary 1695. 
BRAINE Martha 1827. 
BRAY Ann 1689, 1773. 

— Charlotte 1764. 

— Elizabeth 1766, 1771. 

— Isaac 1773. 

— John 1710, 1740, 1767. 

— Lydia 1768. 

— Mary 1720, 1769. 

— Robert 1713. 

— Samuel 1692. 

— Sarah 1699, 1717, 1766. 

— Suzan 1775, 1780. 

— Thomas 1695, 1743, 

1775, 1783. 

— William 1714, 1741, 

1770. 
BRETT I Alice 1573. 
BREATE [Ann 1571. 

— Dorothy 1575. 

— Elizabeth 1566. 

— John 1565, 1602. 

— Margaret 1568. 

— Martha 1608. 

— Rainold 1562. 

— Robert 1564. 

— Thomas 1600, 1627. 
BREWSTER Ann E. 1834. 

— Charles 1792. 

— Elizabeth 1637. 

— Hannah 1789. 

— James M. 1834. 

— John 1790. 

— Martha 1636. 

— Mary 1781. 

— Rose 1787. 



BREWSTER Samuel 1794. 

— Sarah 1778, 1783. 

— Susan 1785. 

— Tabitha 1776. 

— William 1806, 1832. 
BRIDGE I George 1844. 
BRIDGES] Jane 1837. 

— Joseph 1839. 

— Maria 1835. 

— Sarah 1842. 
BRIDGMAN Caroline 1837. 

— Elizabeth 1833. 

— James C. 1837. 
BRIGGS Simeon 1799 
BROOK 1 Arabella 1766. 
BROOKES) Arthur J. 1774. 

— Arthur G. 1835. 

— Charles 1705. 

— Elizabeth 1703, 1731, 

1835. 

— Isaac 1795. 

— John 1718, 1753. 

— Lucinda 1780. 

— Nancy 1768. 

— Robert 1712. 

— Sarah 1794 

— Stephen 1764. 

— Susan 1836. 

— Thomas 1779. 

— William 1770, 1772. 

— 1707. 

BROWN Ann 1749, 1775. 

— Caroline 1842, 1843. 

— Charles 1843. 

— Delariviere 1782. 

— Edward 1825. 

— Eliza 1832, 1850. 

— Elizabeth 1740, 1846, 

1849. 

— Emma 1845. 

— George 1807, 1839. 

— James 1802, 1822, 1841, 

1845. 

— Jane 1743. 

— John 1737, 1743, 1772. 

— Marianne 1849. 

— Martha 1752. 

— Mary 1735, 1770, 1798. 

— Sarah 1746. 

— Sophia 1800, 1834. 

— Susan 1778. 

— Thomas 1754. 

— William 1803, 1846. 
BUCKENHAM Alice 1563. 

— Amy 1619. 

— Dorothy 1611. 

— Elizabeth 1624. 



362 



BAPTISMS.— INDEX. 



BUCKENHAM George 1609. 

— Henry 1586, 1589. 

— Isabel 1583. 

— Joan 1612. 

— John 1568, 1581, 1614. 

— Nicholas 1621. 
BUCKLE George 1813, 1834. 

— Sarah 1840. 

— William 1836. 
BUCKLEY Hercules 1843. 
BUD Elizabeth 1578. 

— Thomas 1577. 
BUGG Eliza H. 1843. 

— Emily 1848. 

— Frederick 1848. 

— Henry 1845 

— John 1845. 

— Kezia 1850. 
BULL Alice 1621. 

— Ann 1601. 

— Bridget 1604, 1632. 

— Elizabeth 1815. 

— John H. 1806. 

— Marv 1776. 

— Robert 1607. 

— Sarah 1605. 

— Thomas 1614. 

— William 1828. 
BULLACE Charlotte 1813. 

— Harriet M. 1840. 

— Henry J. 1810. 

— James 1816. 

— John 1804. 

— John A. 1828. 

— Marianne 1832. 

— Mary E. 1819. 

— Robert D. 1834. 

— Sarah C. 1837. 

— Thomas 1836. 

— William 1800. 
BULLY Margaret 1559. 

— Stephen 1561. 
BUMSTEAD John 1634. 
BUNTING ( Ann 1702. 
BUNTON I Delarivier 1744. 

— Elizabeth 1700, 1715, 

1754. 

— John 1745. 

— Joseph 1698. 

— Mary 1697, 1722, 1750. 

— Samuel 1704. 

— Susan 1727. 

— Thomas 1718. 

— William 1743, 1755. 
BUTCHER Bet 1790. 

— Jemima 1794. 

— Martha 1788. 



BUTCHER Susan 1805. 
BUTLER Anthony 1566. 

— John 1564. 
BYFORD Emma 1836. 

— Elizabeth 1838. 

— Frances 1785. 

— George 1844. 

— Henry J. 1847. 

— James 1797. 

— John 1792. 

— Margaret A. 1840. 

— Maria 1832. 

— Mary 1785, 1794. 

— William 1783. 

CADMAN 1653. 

CADNEY George 1674. 

— Grace 1679. 

— Mary 1671. 
CALE Edmund 1579. 
CALOWE Margaret 1591. 
CANDLER William 1777. 
CAN HAM George Will: 1834. 
CATCHPOLE Mary Ann 1837 

— Martha 1839. 

— Sarah 1825. 

— Sophia 1843. 

— Thomas 1823. 
CATER Amy 1821. 

— Ann 1773, 1786, 1790. 

— Charles 1775. 

— Eliza 1847. 

— Elizabeth 1743, 1754, 

1777, 1798. 

— Emily 1845. 

— Francis 1743. 

— Georgel759, 1784, 1787, 

1815, 1821. 

— Hannah 1784. 

— Harriet 1809, 1842. 

— Henry 1746, 1779, 1780, 

1800, 1826. 

— James 1740, 1789, 1845. 

— John 1748, 1768, 1783, 

1847. 

— Joseph 1677, 1737. 

— Marianne 1849. 

— Martha 1786, 1793. 

— Mary 1750, 1751, 1782, 

1787, 1793. 

— Sarah 1756. 

— Sophia 1824. 

— Thomas 1675, 1745, 

1748, 1771, 1786, 1787, 
1849. 

— William 1667, 1737, 

1738, 1770, 1777, 1790, 
1838, 1840, 1843. 



1676, 



1640, 



CAWSTON; James 1783, 
CORSTON S 1786. 

CHALLICE ) George 1764. 
CHALLIS i Hannah 1769. 

— John 1771. 

— Sarah 1766. 
- — Susan 1773. 

— William 1771, 1775. 
CHAPMAN William 1630. 
CHEAVELY William 1677. 
CHERRY Emily A. 1826. 

— Henry C. 1823, 1824. 
CHESTON Bacchavil 1606. 

— John 1618. 

— Margaret 1608. 
CHINERY Ann 1643, 

1684. 

— Elizabeth 1681. 

— Hester 1685. 

— Isaac 1691, 1716. 

— John 1636. 

— Mary 1674, 1675. 

— Sarah 1678. 

— Susan 1677. 

— Thomas 1635, 

1673, 1683, 1687, 1717 
CHURCH Elizabeth 1618. 

— John 1624. 
CLARKE Emily 1838. 

— John 1688, 1692. 

— Jonathan 1700. 

— Katherine 1704. 

— Rachel 1696, 1720. 

— Robert 1690, 1715. 

— Susan 1693, 1701. 

— Thomas 1691. 

— 1722. 

COBBIN \ Abraham 1796. 
COPPIN 1 Ann 1642. 

— Charles 1840. 

— Elizabeth 1564, 1742. 

— John 1745, 1798. 

— Mary 1843. 

— Richard 1743. 

— William 1803. 
COCK Elizabeth 1576. 
COCKEL 
COCKEREL ( 

— George 1791, 1839. 

— Harriet 1831. 

— Jane 1830. 

— Marianne 1836, 1850. 

— Richard 1794. 

— Sarah 1850. 

— William 1833. 
COE Ann 1780. 

— Charles 1794. 



Emma 1850. 



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363 



COE Henry 1785. 

— James 1808, 1821. 

— Mary 1817, 1819. 

— Mary Ann 1818, 1821. 

— Susan 1790, 1826. 
COLE John 1620 
COOK Abigail 1634. 

— Amy 1841. 

— Ann 1628, 1805, 1809, 

1830. 

— Betty 1802. 

— David 1821. 1822. 

— Edward 1577. 

— Esther 1826, 1838. 

— Fanny 1818. 

— Frances 1631. 

— George 1805, 1808. 

— James 1707. 

— Jane 1740, 1828. 

— Jeffery 1575. 

— John 1571, 1574, 1735, 

1800, 1803. 

— Katherine 1626. 

— Lucy 1833. 

— Mary 1797, 1819. 

— Phoebe 1801. 

— Richard 1574, 1639. 

— Robert 1636, 1761, 1817. 

— Samuel 1643. 

— Sarah 1736, 1836. 

— Susan 1738, 1813. 

— Thomas 1563, 1572. 

— William 1581, 1815,1825. 
COOPER Abraham 1799. 

— Alice 1569. 

_ Ann 1595, 1632, 1771, 
1773, 1819. 

— Betty 1767. 

— Charlotte 1780. 

— Elizabeth 1630, 1652, 

1694. 

— Francis 1747. 

— Frederick 1824. 

— George 1835. 

— Harriet 1829. 

— Henry 1822. 

— John 1570, 1627, 1654, 

1659, 1698, 1790, 1832. 

— John T. 1847. 

— Margaret 1703. 

— Maria 1839. 

— Marianne 1834. 

— Mary 1635, 1666, 1743, 

1763, 1764, 1804. 

— Philip 1651. 

— Richard 1662, 1700. 

— Sarah 1771, 1782. 



COOPER Stephen 1669. 

— Susan 1693. 

— Thomas 1820. 

— William 1672, 1696, 

1826, 1831, 1841. 
COPPIN See COBBIN. 
COPSY Ann 1777. 

— Ann E. 1850. 

— Elizabeth 1824. 

— Henry 1828. 

— James 1778, 1821. 

— John 1794. 

— Lucinda 1803. 

— Mary 1784. 

— Mary Ann 1822, 1837. 

— Robert 1781 (2), 1818. 

— Susan 1791, 1834. 

— Tammy 1797. 

— Thomas 1831. 

— William 1825. 
CORNISH William 1625. 
CORNWALL; Abraham 
CORNELL S 1738. 

— Elizabeth 1733. 

— Hannah 1742. 

— Mary 1696, 1697, 1740. 

— Philip 1699, 1745. 

— Priscilla 1730. 

— Susan 1700, 1701. 

— Thomas 1703, 1736. 
CORSTON See CAWSTON. 
COTTON Thomas 1631. 
COVEL \ Alice 1628. 
COWEL I Ann 1636, 1664. 

— Elizabeth 1597, 1630. 

— Frances 1595. 

— John 1638, 1662. 

— Mary 1691. 

— Richard 1668, 1671. 

— Thomas 1605, 1634, 

1666. 

— William 1599, 1627. 
COZENS Ann 1722. 

— Elizabeth 1683, 1715. 

— Henry 1681, 1685, 1713. 

— John 1714. 

— Mary 1689, 1720. 

— Susan 1719. 

— Thomas 1688, 1718. 

— William 1692. 
CRACK Edward 1798, 1826. 

— Eliza 1850. 

— Elizabeth 1715, 1773, 

1823. 

— George 1813, 1835. 

— Hannah 1796. 

— Harriet 1808. 



CRACK James 1768, 1818, 
1828. 

— Jane 1811. 

— John 1717, 1725, 1770, 

1807. 

— Katherine 1715. 

— Mary 1801, 1815. 

— Mary Ann 1827. 

— Michael 1778. 

— Richard 1756. 

— Sarah 1776, 1803, 1822. 

— Susan 1804, 1826. 

— Thomas 1719, 1770, 

1821. 

— William 1849. 

— William M. 1849. 
CRICK Elizabeth 1784. 

— George W. 1799. 

— Mary Ann 1787. 

— Susan 1786. 
CROOKS Elizabeth 1842. 

— Marianne 1834. 

— Sarah 1839. 
CROPLEY Margaret 1614. 

— William 1616. 
CROUCH Mary 1695. 
CUTMARE Agnes 1583. 

— Richard 1580. 

— Robert 1586. 
DAINES Mary 1787. 
DAKIN George 1834. 
DANIEL Susan 1733. 
DAVERS Henrietta 1736. 

— Isabella 1742. 

— Mary 1732, 1735, 1738. 
DAVIS Harriet 1805. 
DAVY Elizabeth C. 1791. 
DEACON Robert 1841. 
DEARESLY Samuel 1750. 

-~ William 1751. 
DEARSON Agnes 1590. 

— Elizabeth 1627. 

— Henry 1624. 

— John 1620. 

— Lydia 1633. 

— Mary 1592, 1630. 

— Richard 1595. 

— Thomas 1617. 

— William 1600. 
DEATH Elizabeth 1793,1835. 

— Frances 1802. 

— James 1798, 1833. 

— John 1789. 

— John E. 1832. 

— Mary 1791, 1816. 

— Mary W. 1778. 

— Richard 1769. 



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BAPTISMS.— INDEX. 



Charles 1849. 



DEATH Sarah 1834. 

— Susan 1805. 

— Thomas 1795, 1837. 

— William 1787. 
DEBENHAM 
DEDMAN 

_ Elizabeth 1850. 

— Ellen 1845. 

— Katharine 1843. 
DEITON Thomas 1584 
DEW Martha 1781. 
DIGGLE Edward 1590. 

— Richard 1587. 

— Rose 1592. 
DOUBLE Anna Maria 1811. 

— Elizabeth 1815. 

— George S. 1807. 

— Johnson W. 1811. 

— Lehabin 1821. 

— Mary Ann 1805. 

— Robert 1809. 

— Thomas C. 1811. 

— William C. 1812. 

— William N. 1813. 
DOWNING Elizabeth 1772. 

— George W. 1774. 
DRAKELON Elizabeth 1562, 

1565. 

— John 1567. 
DREW I Alice 1790. 
DRUE ( Edward 1773, 1778. 

— Elizabeth 1789. 

— Francis 1747, 

1788. 

— F. W. 1785. 

— George 1775. 

— John' 1749, 1803. 

— Mary 1753. 

— Richard 1615. 

— Robert 1807. 

— Sarah 1751. 

— William 1757, 1773. 
DRUMM James 1635. 
DUKE Jermyn 1571. 
DURRANT David 1823. 

— Elizabeth 1574. 

— Ezekiel 1835. 

— James 1821. 

— Jane 1816, 1834. 

— Jeremy 1579. 

— John 1768, 1769. 
— ■ Lucy 1766. 

— Mary Ann 1818. 
DYKES Christian 1729. 

— James 1731. 

— John 1727. 

— William 1738. 



1773, 



DYSING Mark 1604. 

— Robert 1606. 

— Thomas 1614. 
BADE Jane 1829. 

— William 1831. 
EAST Ann 1788. 

— Robert 1789. 
EBBENS Robert 1831. 

— Sarah 1834. 
EBBON Alexander 1805. 

— Jeremiah 1803. 

— Mary Ann 1798. 

— Rhoda 1807. 

— Robert 1800. 

— Susan 1812. 

— William 1799. 
EDGELY Samuel 1690. 

— Sarah 1691. 
EDHOUSE Elizabeth 1590. 

— Frances 1580. 

— John 1570, 1573. 

— Margaret 1587. 

— Mary 1577. 

— Susan 1583. 
EDMONDES Alice 1574. 

— Audrie 1572. 

— Barbara 1567. 

— Elizabeth 1570. 

— Margaret 1580. 

— Mary 1576. 

— Susan 1583. 

— Thomas 1586. 
EDWARDS Amos G. 1840. 

— Arabella 1838. 

— Charlotte M. 1844. 

— Eliza 1826, 1845. 

— Henry 1815, 1828. 

— Henry C. 1848. 

— Henry W. 1835. 

— John 1805. 

— Joseph 1803. 

— Kenelm W. 1834. 

— Maria 1800. 

— Martin J. 1850. 

— Mary Ann 1818. 

— Obadiah 1842. 

— Robert 1807, 1810. 

— Valentine J. 1830. 

— William 1848. 
ELLIS Daniel 1791, 1825, 

1834. 

— Elias 1829. 

— Elizabeth 1794, 1799, 

1842. 

— Emma 1839. 

— Isaac 1827. 

— James 1796, 1826. 



ELLIS John 1789. 

— Mary 1787. 

— Marianne 1832. 

— Rebecca 1837. 

— Sophia 1844. 
ELMAR Elizabeth 1565. 

— Margerie 1567. 
ELSDEN Abraham 1839. 

— Caroline 1829. 

— Charles 1837. 

— Eliza 1834. 

— Elizabeth 1696, 1745. 

— George 1S39. 

— H. M. 1794. 

— Henry 1846. 

— Isabella 1697, 1706. 

— James 1832. 

— Jane 1832. 

— John 1802, 1842. 

— Marianne 1836, 1849. 

— Mary 1703, 1806. 

— Rachel 1828. 

— Rebecca 1843. 

— Richard 1699, 1700, 1726 

— Sarah 1833. 

— Thomas 1 734, 1 743, 1 749 

— William 1731, 1802, 

1831. 
ELY Edward 1740. 
EMMETT George 1792. 
EMMYNS Debora 1604. 

— Elizabeth 1603. 

— Susan 1601. 
ENGOLL ) Elizabeth 1615. 
INGOLD ) Jane 1608, 1635. 

— John 1600. 

— Leah 1627. 

— Mary 1612. 

— Rebecca 1644. 

— Robert 1624. 

— Rose 1603. 

— Thomas 1617. 

— William 1621. 
ERNESBY Hester 1687. 

— John 1685. 
ETHERINGTON Sarah 1825. 
EVERET I Bridget 1607. 
EVERARD ) Edmund 1665. 

— Elizabeth 1786. 

— Frances 1782. 

— Mary 1694. 

— Rope 1609. 
EVETT John 1766. 
EWEN ) Alice 1676. 
BURN S Ann 1674. 

— Barbara 1641. 

— Christian 1671. 



BAPTISMS.— INDEX. 



365 



BURN 1 Dyllavera 1705. 

— Elizabeth 1648, 1666, 

1676, 1716. 

— Frances 1639, 1644,1665. 

— Hannah 1674, 1703. 

— James 1643, 1677. 

— John 1634, 1667, 1669, 

1678. 

— Jonathan 1646. 

— Mary 1638, 1713. 

— Sarah 1676. 

— Susan 1673, 1711. 

— William 1636, 1707. 
FARRANTS Elizabeth 1824, 

1840. 

— Emily 1849. 

— James 1831. 

— John 1828. 

— Joseph 1788, 1839, 1845, 

— Mary Ann 1790, 1819. 

— Sarah 1784, 1821. 

— Susan 1843. 

— William 1825. 
FARTIER Augustus W. 1769. 

— Georgina M. C. 1766. 
FAYRS Harold 1846. 
FENNER Lucy 1806. 
FENTON Emily 1850. 

— Frederick 1823. 

— Henry M. 1821. 

— James 1848. 
FINCH Eliza E. 1849. 

— Elizabeth 1753. 

— James P. 1846. 

— Robert W. 1849. 

— Thomas 1752. 
FINSHAM Christian 1653. 

— Edward 1 640, 1 64 1 , 1661 . 

— Ellen 1648. 

— Margaret 1645. 

— Mary 1652. 

— Rebecca 1643. 

— Sarah 1646. 
FIRMIN Thomas 1738. 
FISHEN \ Ann 1595, 1633. 
FISTON j Barbara 1600. 

— Grace 1621. 

— Henry 1603. 

— John 1590, 1629. 

— Martha 1614. 

— Mary 1627. 

— Susan 1609. 

— William 1597, 1624. 
FLACK James 1803. 
FOLKES Henry 1682. 

— Mary 1684. 



FORD Alice 1593. 

— Amy 1590. 

— Ann 1588. 

— Antony 1689. 

— Barbara 1676. 

— Elizabeth 1685. 

— John 1595. 

— Margaret 1683. 

— Martha 1678. 

— Mary 1600. 

— Robert 1598. 

— Sarah 1684. 

— Susan 1602. 

— Thomas 1679, 1682. 
FOREMAN Daniel 1705,1707, 

— Francis 1700. 

— James 1714. 

— Mary 1703. 

— Richard 1711. 

— Stephen 1699. 
FORSTER Ann 1704. 
FREESTONE Georgiana 

1850. 
FREIND Ambrose 1708. 

— Marian 1705. 

— Mary 1699. 

— 1702. 

FRIET Elizabeth 1588. 

— Thomas 1581. 
FROST Alse 1609. 

— Ann 1704, 1732, 1767, 

1772, 1785. 

— Ann P. 1769. 

— Edmund 1739 (2). 

— Elizabeth 1697, 1729, 

1737, 1748. 

— Frances 1734, 1736,1753, 

1777, 1778. 

— Francis 1667, 1699. 

— Frank 1703. 

— Giles 1755. 

— Hannah 1767. 

— James 1698, 1760, 1777. 

— John 1602, 1700, 1706, 

1712, 1733, 1744,1755, 
1764,1770,1779, 1797. 

— Joseph 1767. 

— Kitty 1765. 

— Mary 1677, 1702, 1732, 

1737, 1742, 1751 (2), 
1766, 1768, 1773, 
1779 (2), 1784. 

— Potter 1731. 

— Robert 1719, 1734, 1790. 

— Sarah 1747, 1762, 1774, 

1779, 1796. 

— Susan 1770, 1774. 



FROST Thomas 1620, 1704, 
1727, 1729, 1731,1747, 

1769, 1770, 1776,1782. 

— William 1680, 1707,1735, 

1752, 1758,1763,1765, 

1770, 1771,1776,1781, 
1793. 

FULLER Charles 1769. 

— Elizabeth 1584. 

— Frances 1773. 

— John 1587. 

— Joseph 1776. 
FYNN Agnes 1568, 1599. 

— Bridget 1577. 

— Jane 1575. 

— Joan 1591. 

— Katherine 1571. 

— Mary 1566. 
GALLANT Elizabeth 1751, 

— Joseph 1749. 

— William J. 1747. 
GARDINER | Edward 1652. 
GARNER I Elizabeth 1694 

— Emily W. 1843. 

— George 1848. 

— Hannah 1753. 

— Harriet 1844, 1849. 

— Hester 1688. 

— John 1682, 1711, 1733, 

1771. 

— Rebecca 1716, 1742. 

— Richard 1680, 1706,1709. 

— Rose 1730, 1774. 

— Thomas 1648, 1677,1728, 

1767. 

— Thomas R. 1841. 

— William 1768. 

— William A. 1845. 
GARRET Edmund 1595. 
GARWOOD ) Charles 1845. 
GARRARD j Susan 1778. 
GATES Elizabeth 1726. 
GEDGE John 1621. 

— William 1625. 
GERALD \ Elizabeth 1676, 
JARROLD j Mary 1683. 

— Rose 1684. 
GERVASE See JARVIS. 
GIBLIDDY Ling 1688. 
GIPPS Ann 1578. 

— Elizabeth 1651, 1657, 

1679. 

— George 1652, 1661, 

— John 1647. 

— Katherine 1681. 

— Margaret 1645. 

— Martha 1654. 



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BAPTISMS.— INDEX. 



GIPPS Mary 1656. 

— Richard 1646, 1677. 

— Rose 1582. 

— Sulyard 1659. 

— Thomas 1650. 
GODFRY Alice 1579, 1586. 

— Ann 1604, 1630. 

— Bridget 1618. 

— Dorothy 1570, 1585, 

1611. 

— Edward 1581, 1623,1654. 

— Elizabeth 1562, 1608, 

1685. 

— Frances 1600. 

— Francis 1582. 

— Frederick 1603. 

— Henry 1566, 1621, 1664, 

1666. 

— James 1614. 

— John 1559, 1578, 1589, 

1639, 1687. 

— Joseph 1657. 

— Judith 1614. 

— Margaret 1565, 1581, 

1583, 1609. 

— Martha 1607, 1659. 

— Mary 1588, 1590, 1591, 

1626, 1653. 

— Merriwoe 1589. 

— Rebecca 1619. 

— Richard 1572, 1577,1595. 

— Robert 1630. 

— Sarah 1616. 

— Susan 1569. 

— Thomas 1576 (2), 1662, 

1666. 

— Ursula 1586. 

— William 1579, 1637,1664. 
GOLDING James 1825. 

— Sarah 1780. 
GOLDSMITH Alee 1607. 

— Alice 1657. 

— Ambrose 1664. 

— Ann 1623, 1645, 1682. 

— Christian 1680. 

— Elizabeth 1661. 

— Harry 1609. 

— John 1612, 1666, 1781. 

— Lucy 1788. 

— Mary 1654, 1656, 1662. 

— Robert 1614, 1648, 1671, 

1679. 

— Sarah 1642. 

— Susan 1657, 1779. 

— Thomas 1620, 1652, 

1653. 

— William 1617, 1643,1650. 



Elizabeth 
1822. 



GOLDSTON 

GOLDSON 

GORLSTONE> 

— Harriet 1828. 

— James 1819. 

_ John 1788, 1790, 1795, 
1821. 

— Mary 1790. 

— Robert 1798. 

— Thomas 1791, 1817,1828. 
GOOCH Catharine 1749. 

— Edward 1827. 

— Elizabeth 1796. 

— George 1822. 

— Harriet 1807. 

— James 1810, 1837. 

— John 1802, 1820, 1848. 

— Mary E. 1824. 

— Robert 1798, 1829. 

— Sarah Ann 1844. 

— Susan 1804, 1805. 
GOODCHILD Alicel801,1838. 

— Ann 1798, 1830. 

— Bridget 1746. 

— Edward 1650. 

— James 1807. 

— Mary 1791, 1796, 1835. 

— Sarah 1832. 

— Susan 1839. 

— Thomas 1803, 1844. 

— William 1805. 
GOODRICH ; Ann 1639, 
GUTTRIDGEi 1659. 

— Elizabeth 1644, 1656. 

— Henry 1643. 

— John 1648. 

— Judith 1653. 

— Lyon 1578. 

— Margaret 1642. 

— Mary 1663. 

— Nathaniel 1645, 1678. 

— Richard 1637. 

— Robert 1641. 

— Thomas 1640 

— William 1666. 
GOOSE Agnes 1580, 1582. 

— Alice 1577. 

— Elizabeth 1579. 

— Mary 1582. 
GOSNOLD Elizabeth 1579. 
GOSTWICK \ Arthur 1813. 
GOSSICK I Elizabeth 1824 

— Jane 1822. 

— Jonathan 1827. 

— Mary 1817. 

— Mathew 1820. 

— Sarah 1828. 



GOSTWICK I Susan 1831. 
GOSSICK [Theodosia 1815 
GOULD Catherine M. 1831. 

— Mary E. M. 1833. 

— Penelope H. 1830. 
GRAY Elizabeth 1676. 

— Henry 1678. 

— Margaret 1677. 
GREEN Amos L. 1842. 

— Edward 1814. 

— John 1805. 

— John H. 1845. 

— Maria 1838. 

— Mariarne 1838. 

— Sarah 1837. 

— William 1811. 
GREENWOOD Charles 1744. 

— Francis 1749. 

— George 1813, 1824. 

— Hannah 1746. 

— James 1735. 

— John 1740. 

— Robert 1736. 
GRIGBY Lucy 1763. 
GRIMWOOD Lucy A. 1830. 

— Maria 1818. 

— Mary Ann 1827. 
GUY John 1622. 
GYLMAN Ann 1562. 

— Jane 1571. 

— Robert 1568. 
HALL Ann 1565. 

— Charles B. 1818. 

— Edmund 1569. 

— Jane 1568. 

— Louisa B. 1815. 

— Melmoth 1811. 

— Sydney 1813. 
HALLUX ) Edmund 1680. 
HORRINX \ Gabriel 1711. 

— Katharine 1687. 

— John 1691. 
HAMMOND Dorcas 1644. 

— Eliza 1811, 1836. 

— Elizabeth 1758. 

— Frederick 1812. 

— Harriet 1808. 

— Harrison 1801. 

— James 1645. 

— James J. T. 1830. 

— John 1806, 1837. 

— Joseph 1734, 1760. 

— Marianne 1835. 

— Mary 1648, 1762. 

— Susan 1827. 

— Thomas 1751. 

— William 1642, 1798. 



BAPTISMS.— INDEX. 



367 



HAND Edward 1566. 

— Elizabeth 1560. 

— Richard 1564. 

— Simon 1562. 
HANDLER Alice 1629, 

— Ann 1653. 

— Martha 1621. 

— Mary 1621, 1623. 

— Vincent 1624, 1651. 

— William 1634, 1655. 
HARDY James 1807. 
HARRISON Mark 1829. 
HART Susan 1806. 
HARVEY Frances 1698, 1700. 

— Mary 1721. 
HAWES) James 1704. 
HOWS I Thomas 1706. 

— William 1703. 
HAYWARD Alice 1595, 1602. 

— Ann 1624, 1654. 

— Awdry 1621. 

— Barbara 1599. 

— Edmund 1571, 1603, 

1630, 1651. 

— Edward 1631. 

— Elizabeth 1605. 

— George 1635. 

— Giles 1638. 

— Henry 1566. 

— Harry 1615. 

— James 1626. 

— John 1594, 1601, 1628, 

1663. 

— Lawrence 1637, 

— Mary 1603, 1611, 1660. 

— Rebecca 1667. 

— Simon 1617. 

— Susan 1599, 1611. 

— Theodore 1613. 

— Thomas 1564. 

— William 1562, 1597,1606, 

1633 
See HOWARD. 
HAZELWOOD Ambrose 1769 
1771. 

— Ann 1767. 

— Elizabeth 1778. 

— George 1802. 

— James 1758. 

— John 1764. 

— Joseph 1759. 

— Mary 1761. 

— Sarah 1756. 

— William 1773, 1804. 
HEBLE John 1760. 
HEIGHAM Beningfield 1645. 



HEIGHAM Susan 1643. 

— William 1646. 
HEMPSTEAD Deborah 1761. 

— Edmund 1667. 

— Edward 1684, 1763, 1770 

— Elizabeth 1728, 1750, 

1760. 

— James 1674. 

— John 1686, 1758. 

— Jonathan 1716. 

— Margaret 1752, 1754. 

— Mary 1767. 

— Mary M. E. 1765. 

— Samuel 1756. 

— Sarah 1715. 

— Susan 1685. 

— Thomas 1623. 

— William 1748, 1775. 
HERN Bridget 1702. 

— Elizabeth 1696. 

— Mary 1700. 

— William 1722. 
HERRINGTON Edmund 1803 

— Elizabeth 1667, 1712. 

— John 1704, 1763. 

— Mary 1702. 

— Susan 1665. 

— William 1668, 1690. 
HERVEY Elizabeth C. 1758. 

— Frederick C. 1761. 

— George 1755. 

— John Aug : 1757. 
HEYHOE Ellen 1833. 

— Robert 1813. 
HIBBLE Jane 1736. 

— John 1734. 
HILL John 1736. 
HITCHCOCK Grace 1773. 

— John 1779. 

— Robert 1771. 

— Samuel 1777. 
HITCHINGS Byron 1842. 

— Matilda 1842. 
HOCKLE ( Elizabeth 1676. 
HOCKLEY ( Francis 1679. 

— John 1678. 

— Mary 1675. 

— Susan 1676. 
HOLDEN Charles 1775. 

— Elizabeth 1784. 

— George 1785. 

— John 1739. 

— Martin 1738. 

— Mary 1756, 1758, 1770. 

— Samuel 1745. 

— Sarah 1766. 



HOLDEN Susan 1747, 1760 

1787. 

— Thomas 1741. 

— Thomas M. 1763. 

— William 1737, 1750. 
HOLLAND Mary 1704. 
HOLT Joseph 1778. 
HOOD Robert 1624. 
HORRINX See HALLUX. 
HOUGHTON Elizabeth 1615. 

— James 1738. 

— John 1609, 1735. 

— Mary 1744. 

— Michael 1729, 1731. 

— Robert 1618. 

— Susan 1621. 

— William 1624. 
HOW Ann 1691. 

— Elizabeth 1686, 1714 

1724. 

— Frances 1689. 

— Frederick 1775. 

— Gardiner 1765, 1768. 

— George 1730. 

— Hannah 1732. 

— Harriet 1804. 

— Henry 1609. 

— Jacob 1620. 

— James 1765. 

— John 1727, 1771. 

— Joseph 1611, 1744. 

— Mary 1687, 1717, 1734. 

— Rebecca 1785. 

— Rose 1770. 

— Rose Ann 1773. 

— Sarah 1693, 1732, 1804. 

— Susan 1622. 

— Thomas 1703, 1719 

1777. 

— Zachariah 1735. 
HOWARD* Elizabeth 1679. 

— John 1677. 

— Lawrence 1676. 
See HAYWARD. 

HOWES See HAWES. 
HYE Elizabeth 1734. 
INGOLD See ENGOLL. 
JACKSON Leonard 1681. 

— Thomas 1754. 
JACOB Elizabeth 1741. 

— Isaac 1762. 

— Mary 1736. 
JAGGARD Ann 1674. 

— Mary 1694. 

— Robert 1682. 
JAMES Mary 1742. 



*These are really Haywards, which name is written Howard in these registers from about 1670 to 1680 



368 



BAPTISMS.— INDEX. 



JAMES Robert 1745. 

— Susan 1743. 
JAQUES George 1605. 

— Thomas 1608. 
JARROLD See GERALD. 
JARVIS \ Ann 1685. 
GERVASE i Edward 1663. 

— Elizabeth 1695. 

— Frederick 1659. 

— John 1656. 

— Robert 1662, 1686. 

— Samuel 1661. 

— Thomas 1702. 
JASLIN Ann 1559. 
JERMYN Sophia 1814. 
JOHNSON Mary Ann 1795, 

1799. 
JOLLY Jane 1840. 
JOSSLYN Thomas U. 1841. 
KEDINGTON George 1630. 
KEMP Ehzabeth 1825. 

— Emma E. 1828. 

— George 1805. 

— Georgiana 1837. 

— John C. 1825. 
KENDAL Agnes 1580. 

— Hannah 1730, 1733, 

— John 1738. 

— Robert 1731. 

— Thomas 1735. 
KENT John 1560. 

— William 1560. 
KERINGTON Ann 1664, 

— George 1659, 

— Mary 1667. 

— Robert 1633, 1662, 

— Thomas 1671, 
KING Ann E. 1836. 

— Fanny 1797. 

— Frederick 1810. 

— Hannah 1828. 

— Henrietta M, 1743, 

— James 1824. 

— John 1740, 1789, 1804, 

1817. 

— Lucy 1834. 

— Marianne 1830. 

— Mary 1741, 1797. 

— Phoebe 1803. 

— Sarah 1713, 1801. 

— Sophy 1833. 

— Susan 1616. 

— Thomas 1792. 

— William 1807. 
KIRRAGE Edmund J. 1835. 
KITTLE Elizabeth 1698. 

— Katherine 1696. 



KITTLE John C. 1695. 
KNOCK George 1791. 

— Stephen 1789. 
LAIT Elizabeth 1713, 1783. 

— John 1732. 

— Mary 1727. 

— Rachel 1691, 1716. 

— Sarah 1728. 

— Susan 1719. 

— Thomas 1695, 1723, 

1725. 

— William 1688, 1739, 
LANGLEY Rose 1610. 
LANHAM Alicia 1791. 

— Elizabeth 1844. 

— George 1793. 

— George J. 1789. 

— Henry 1842. 

— James 1807, 1816, 1831. 

— John 1836. 

— Joseph 1846. 

— Joshua 1798. 

— Maria 1796. 

— Mary 1804. 

— Sarah 1799. 

— Susan 1801. 

— Thomas 1801, 1839. 
LARGEAUNTEiizabethl564. 
LARNER Agnes 1589. 

— John 1587, 1622. 

— Robert 1584. 
LAST Ann 1829. 

— Benjamin 1802. 

— Eliza 1800, 1842. 

— Elizabeth 1835, 1839, 

— Emma 1850. 

— Harriet 1800. 

— Henry 1816, 1822, 1849. 

— James 1794, 1811, 1831, 

1839. 

— John 1805, 1847. 

— Maria 1833, 1839, 1845. 

— Martha 1807. 

— Mary Ann 1798, 1823, 

1843. 

— Samuel 1799, 1809. 

— Simon 1796, 1825, 

— Susan 1786, 1815, 1821. 

— Thomas 1827, 1788. 

— William 1792, 1795, 

1819. 
LEADER Elizabeth 1746. 

— John 1751. 

— Margaret 1744. 

— Mary 1744. 

— Robert 1743. 

— Stephen 1742, 1748, 



LEADER Thomas 1750, 
LEE Winifred 1795, 
LEECH Isaac 1799. 

— Joseph 1797. 

— William 1800, 
LEMMON Mary 1720, 

— Randal 1718. 
LEONARD Marianne 1830. 

— Mary 1823. 
LEVITT Elizabeth 1767. 

— Emma 1850. 

— Louisa 1829, 1850. 

— William 1843. 
LEWIS Emma 1838, 

— Isabella 1847. 

— Jermyn 1811. 

— Mary Ann 1841, 

— Robert J. 1849, 

— Sarah 1836. 

— Susan 1844, 
LIAS Ann 1721. 

— Eleanor P. 1725, 

— William 1719, 
LILLY Agnes 1567, 1569, 1591. 

— Ann 1608, 1767, 1807. 

— Audrie 1611, 

— Betty 1774, 

— Bridget 1597, 1602, 1607. 
-- Caroline 1797, 

— Christian 1613. 

— Edward 1600, 

— Elizabeth 1594, 1599. 

— George W. 1781, 1806. 

— Hannah 1794, 

— Helen 1841, 

— Henry 1835. 

— James 1805, 

— Joan 1568, 1599. 

— John 1560, 1565, 1592, 

1597, 1603, 1679, 1776, 
1802, 

— Louisa 1799, 

— Margaret 1562, 1611, 

1674. 

— Mary 1607, 1677, 1697. 

— Mary Ann 1792, 1838. 

— Rachel 1804. 

— Richard 1600, 1605. 

— Robert 1568, 1833. 

— Rose 1561. 

— Sarah 1811. 

— Susan 1572, 1604, 1695, 

1744, 1772. 

— Thomas 1596, 1599. 

— WiUiam 1559,1564, 1594, 

1596, 1671,1700,1770, 
1800, 1801. 



BAPTISMS.— INDEX. 



369 



LIMMARKS Mary Ann 1828. 
LIMMER William 1699. 
LING Ann 1(;94, 1781. 

— Betty 177(i. 

— Elizabeth 1680, 1683, 

1783. 

— Ellen 1677. 

— Fanny 1798. 

— Frances 1817. 

— James 1646. 

— John 1612, 1692. 

— Martha 1802. 

— Mary 1780, 1794. 

— Robert 1685. 

— Sarah 1785. 

— Susan 1690, 1778, 1782, 

1793. 

— Thomas 1678, 1691, 

1791, 1814. 

— William 1609, 1783, 

17S8, 1791. 
LOFTS Lucy 1789. 
LUCAS Charles 1661, 1688. 

— Christian 1611, 1647, 

1652, 1677. 

— Clement 1591, 1656, 

1663. 

— Elizabeth 1676. 

— Gibson 1615,1646,1674. 

— Jasper 1624. 

— John 1589, 1654. 

— Lucy 1609. 

— Lydia 1621. 

■ — Mary 1626, 1665. 

— Richard 1649. 

— Sache 1657. 

— Thomas 1613, 1651. 

— William 1619, 1643, 

1679. 
MACNELLY James A. 1836. 
MAKUP Eliza 1840. 

— Henry 1843. 

— William N. 1839. 
MAN John 1559. 

— Katharine 1570. 
MANNING Ann 1643. 

— Bridget 1608. 

— Leah 1662. 

— Margaret 1663. 

— Mary 1655. 

— Rose 1651. 

— Sarah 1646. 

— Thomas 1640. 

— William 1617, 1641, 

1644. 
MANSFIELD Mary 1813. 
MANTEAU John 1655. 



MANTEAU Mary 1662. 

— Sherman 1658. 
MARKING Henry 1795. 

— Isaac 1791. 

— John 1789. 

— Robert 1791. 
MARSHAL I „■• , ^uinor, 
MARCHIL j Elizabeth 1782. 

— James 1753, 1755, 1797. 

— John 1759. 

— Jonathan W. 1783. 

— Mary 1757, 1794, 1795. 

— Rachel 1734. 

— Samuel 1766. 

— Sarah 1770, 1788, 1790. 

— Sophia 1785. 
MARTIN Amy 1802. 

— Ann 1797, 1842. 

— Elizabeth 1560, 1782. 

— Mary 1821. 

— William 1844. 
MASON Ann 1786. 

— Benjamin 1783. 

— Elizabeth 1785. 

— Mary 1789. 

— Sarah 1622, 1779. 
MAY Sarah 1746. 
MAYES Caroline 1848. 

— Elizabeth 1842. 

— Emily 1840. 

— Frederick 1831. 

— Mary Ann 1845. 

— Robert 1823. 

— Roger 1629. 

— Sarah A. 1835. 

— Sophia 1837. 

— William 1833. 
MAYHEW Bridget 1589. 

— Elizabeth 1572, 1602. 

— Emma 1835. 

— Frances 1575. 

— Francis 1573. 

— George 1560. 

— Henry 1558, 1585. 

— Joan 1579. 

— John 1565, 1569, 1576, 

1588, 1592. 

— Johnson 1837. 

— Joseph 1839. 

— Luke 1604. 

— Margaret 1561, 1570, 

1587. 

— Marianne 1834. 

— Mary 1599. 

— Prudence 1580. 

— Robert 1593. 

— Rose 1564, 1596. 



MAYHEW William 1562,1597. 
MEADOWS Alice 1829. 

— Elizabeth 1833. 

— James 1832. 

— Mary Ann 1827. 

— Thomas 1826. 
METCALF Arthur 1847. 
MIDDLEDITCH Thomas 

1807. 
MILLER Ann 1749, 1758. 

— John 1756. 

— John D. 1753, 1785. 

— Joshua 1763. 

— Mary 1752, 1781. 

— Richard 1731. 

— Sarah 1783. 

— Suzan 1762, 1765. 

— William 1754, 1756. 
MISEMAN \ Charles 1796, 
MIZEN ) 1832. 

— Emma E. 1834. 

— George 1834. 

— James C. 1829. 

— Jane 1831. 

— John 1803. 

— Joseph 1805. 

— Mary 1812. 

— Mathew 1807. 

— Samuel 1800. 

— Sarah 1809. 

— Sarah A. 1835. 

— Susan 1835. 

— William 1827. 
MOORE John 1777. 

— Robert 1601. 

— William 1625. 
MORTLOCK Charles 1741. 

— Frances 1692. 

— James 1686, 1720. 

— John 1695, 1720. 

— Katharine 1722. 

— Lewis 1698, 1724. 

— Mary 1687, 1718. 

— Michael 1689. 
MOSS Elizabeth M. 1828. 

— Maria 1830. 
MOWER Edward 1815. 

— John 1817. 
MOYLE Isabella 1749. 

— Thomas C. 1747. 
MURTON I Charlotte 1749. 
MUTTON ( Mary 1712, 1743. 

— Sarah 1747. 

— Thomas 1745. 
MUSK Eliza 1804. 

— Elizabeth 1798, 1823. 

— Edward 1839. 



370 



BAPTISMS.— INDEX. 



MUSK Edward S. 1841. 

— Emily 1811. 

— George 1803, 1830. 

— Harry 1847. 

— Jane 1833, 1834. 

— Maria 1796, 1832, 1837. 

— Mary Ann 1796. 

— Sarah 1811. 

— Sarah E. 1825, 1832. 

— Stephen 1800. 

— Susan 1809, 1830. 

— William 1806, 1827, 
MUSKET Harry 1700. 
NELSON George 1682, 1710. 

— Grace 1673. 

— Martha 1677. 

— Susan 1721. 
NEWGATE Adrian 1581. 

— Edward 1604. 

— John 1583. 

— Joseph 1585. 

— Mary 1588. 

— Robert 1563, 1592. 

— William 1601. 
NEWMAN Abel 1748. 

— Ann 1745. 

— Elizabeth 1746. 

— Lyas 1752. 

— William 1805. 
NEWPORT Ann 1699. 

— Betty 1700. 

— James 1563. 

— John 1564, 1676, 1697. 

— Richard 1566. 

— Thomas 1706. 

— William 1703. 
NICOLLS William 1701. 
NOBLE Charles 1680, 

— Elizabeth 1668. 

— John 1667. 

— Martha 1676. 

— Mary 1677. 

— Robert 1687. 

— Susan 1645. 

— Thomas 1682. 

— William 1689. 
NORMAN Almond 1760, 

— Bridget 1564, 

— Christopher 1566, 1588, 

— Edmund 1762. 

— Elizabeth 1757, 

— Frances 1760, 

— Isabel 1561, 

— James 1769, 

— John 1590, 1772. 

— Mary 1754. 

— Mary Ann 1796. 



NORMAN Richard 1575. 

— Robert 1755. 

— Susan 1572. 

— Thomas 1765. 

— William 1772, 1774, 
NORTON Mary 1788. 
NUNN Amos 1845. 

— Ann 1772. 

— Edmund 1769. 

— Elizabeth 1776, 1803. 

— Elizabeth E. 1830. 

— Fanny 1810. 

— Frances 1640. 

— George 1798, 1843. 

— James 1849. 

— John 1770, 1776. 

— Joseph 1782. 

— Maria 1806. 

— Mary 1766, 1803. 

— Richard 1772. 

— Sarah 1768, 1796. 

— William 1774, 1779. 
OATLEY \ Christian 1727. 
OTLEY / Elizabeth 1784. 

— Hannah 1775. 

— James 1734, 1773. 

— John 1721. 

— Mary 1724. 

— Samuel 1735. 

— Thomas 1723, 1777, 

— William 1742. 
OLIVER Ann 1722. 

— George 1727. 

— Isabella 1725. 

— John 1721. 

— Thomas 1724. 

— William 1722. 
ONG Hannah 1714. 

— John 1716. 

— Susan 1712. 
ORRIDGE \ Ann 1768, 
ORANGE 1 Delar : S. 1847. 

— Edward 1783. 

— Mary 1772, 

— Thomas 1777, 1806, 

— William 1778, 1804. 
OSBORN Alfred 1847, 

— Ann 1799, 

— John 1754, 

— Mary 1804. 

— William 1801, 1808. 
OSWELL Mary 1760. 
OVEREN Mary 1561, 
PAGE Ann 1608. 

— Bridget 1590. 

— Edward 1581. 

— Epinetus 1585, 



PAGE John 1593. 

— Margaret 1575, 1612. 

— Mary 1588, 1615. 

— Richard 1620. 

— Robert 1577, 1613, 

— Thomas 1618. 

— William 1578, 1606, 
PALLANT Hannah 1833. 
PALMER Amy 1831, 1846. 

— Charles 1818. 

— Emma A. 1842, 

— Hannah 1849, 

— Henry J. 1835, 

— John 1821. 

— Liddy 1833. 

— Martha S. 1837, 

— Mary 1820. 

— Robert 1826, 1827, 

— Sarah 1848. 

— Thomas 1829. 

— William 1824. 
PARKER Edward 1705. 

— Elizabeth 1648, 1699. 

— Hannah 1707, 1711. 

— Harriet 1843. 

— Henry 1636. 

— John 1706. 

— John T. 1839. 

— Margaret 1644. 

— Mary 1694. 

— Sarah 1697, 1703, 

— Sicely 1641. 

— Susan 1639. 

— Thomas 1565, 1631,1647. 

— William 1713. 
PARKIN Amy 1564. 
PARSONS \ Alice 1779, 
PEARSONS / Daniel 1770. 

— Ellis M, 1827, 

— Isaac 1797, 

— John 1781, 1805, 

— Lucy 1792, 1809. 

— Maria 1788, 

— Mary 1777. 

— Mary Ann 1798. 

— Robert 1796. 

— Sarah 1774. 

— Susan 1772. 

— Thomas 1784, 1811. 

— William 1769, 1831, 
PARTRIDGEThomas 0.1837 
PASK Elizabeth 1847, 

— James 1846, 1847. 

— Jane 1837. 

— Peter 1768, 

— Robert 1844, 

— Stephen 1835. 



BAPTISMS.— INDEX. 



371 



PASK Susan 1833. 
PATTLE Elizabeth 1697. 

— Hugh 1695. 
PAYNE / Alfred W. 1850. 
PAIN i Antony S. 1776. 

— Betty 1752. 

— Edmund 1761. 

— Edward 1626, 1630, 

1635. 

— Elizabeth 1719, 1727. 

— Joan 1622. 

— John 1620. 

— Katharine 1754. 

— Martha 1764. 

— Mary 1756, 1757. 

— Robert 1715, 1731. 

— Roger 1733. 

— Sarah 1750. 

— Susan 1722. 

— Thomas 1617, 1725. 

— William 1628, 1842. 
PEACH 1 Abigail 1746. 
PETCH i Alfred 1838. 

— Elizabeth 1740. 

— Fanny 1845. 

— George 1836. 

— Henry 1744. 

— Robert 1749. 

— William 1742. 
PEACHY) Ann 1673. 
PETCHYJ Mary 1684. 

— Robert 1688. 

— Sarah 1679, 1701. 

— Thomas 1676. 
PEAR Charlotte 1770. 
PERKINS Abigail 1678. 

— John 1676. 

— Mary 1673. 

— Susan 1681. 
PETTIT Arthur J. 1845. 

— John 1782. 

— William 1782. 
PHIPPS George Will: 1748. 
PILGRIM Alice 1596. 
PITCHES Susan 1703. 
PITT James 1771. 

— Martha 1769. 

— Mary 1775. 
PLEASANCE Ann 1726. 

— Elizabeth 1735. 

— George F. 1762. 

— Thomas 1731, 1732. 

— William 1738. 
PLUM Elizabeth 1826. 

— Mary 1826. 

?8{:l?}a""1^^2- 



POLLE ) Elizabeth 1760, 
POLLY \ 1770, 1781. 

— James 1772, 1775. 

— Joseph 1779. 

— Martha 1765. 

— Mary 1766, 1768, 1776. 

— Robert 1785. 

— Sarah 1784, 

— Susan 1775. 
POND Ann 1740, 1742. 

— Elizabeth 1734. 

— John 1725. 

— Martha 1743. 

— Mary 1732. 

— Samuel 1736, 1739. 

— Susan 1737. 

— Timothy 1730, 1740, 

1746. 

— William 1728. 
PORCH John 1729. 
POTTER Ann 1700, 1706. 

— Elizabeth 1704. 

— John 1704. 

— Robert 1702. 

— Samuel 1708. 

— William 1699. 
PRATT William H. 1850. 
PRICK \ Alice 1756. 
PRYKE /Ann 1793. 

— Benjamin 1760, 1829. 

— Benjamin P. 1831. 

— Christopher 1651. 

— Elijah 1804, 1831. 

— Harriet 1832. 

— Henry 1751. 

— John 1655, 1684. 

— Joseph 1766. 

— Joshua 1796. 

— Kezia 1825. 

— Lucina 1815. 

— Lucy M. 1827. 

— Mary 1799, 1802. 

— Mary Ann 1782, 1811. 

— Mary A. P. 1827. 

— Matthew 1682. 

— Rose 1753. 

— Sarah 1806. 

— Sarah A. 1836. 

— Sophia 1824. 

— Thomas 1758, 1834. 

— Walter 1660. 

— William 1758. 
PRIGG Elizabeth 1675, 1678, 

— James 1678. 

— William 1676. 
PRIOR Ralph 1633. 
RACE Abraham 1822. 



RACE Eliza 1836. 

— Elizabeth 1810. 

— Esther 1818, 1840. 

— Isaac 1807, 1844. 

— James 1820, 1839. 

— Jonathan 1824. 

— Joseph 1849. 

— Maria 1817. 

— Martha 1849. 

— Mary Ann 1847. 

— Rebecca 1815, 1834. 

— Sarah 1812. 

— Susan 1829, 1832. 
RAMPLIN Charles 1832. 

— Eliza 1827. 

— Emma 1829. 

— Emma A. 1850. 

— George 1834. 

— Harriet 1803. 

— Henry 1822. 

— Isaac 1818. 

— James 1780, 1814, 1816, 

1848. 

— Jane 1846. 

— Lucy 1812. 

— Maria 1824. 

— Susan 1783. 

— William 1820. 
RANNER Samuel 1795. 

— Thomas 1795. 
RANSOM Elizabeth 1771. 
REDGEN ( Betsy 1845. 
RIDGEON S Elizabeth 1651. 

— Francis 1646. 

— George 1801. 

— John 1627, 1655, 1798. 

— Rose 1653. 

— Thomas 1643, 1648. 
REDGWELL Thomas 1624. 
REEVE Elizabeth 1684. 

— James 1682. 

— Mary 1()87. 
REVELL John 1803. 
REYNOLDS Isaac 1803. 

— John D. 1800. 
RICE Mary 1579. 
RICHARDSON Abraham 

1759. 

— Ann 1775. 

— Elizabeth 1781. 

— Isaac 1773. 

— John 1765, 1792. 

— Mary 1792. 

— Sarah 1770, 1803. 

— Thomas 1762, 1801. 

— William 1768. 
RIDNALL Betsy 1829. 



372 



BAPTISMS.— INDEX. 



RIDNALL Harriet 1831. 

— Michael 1824. 

— Sarah 1826. 

— Thomas 1818, 1834. 
ROBINSON Ann 1674. 

_ John 16(;3. 

— Mary 1694. 

— Sarah 1658. 
ROGERS Edward 1774, 

— Elizabeth 1770. 

— George 1769. 

— James 1779. 
_ John 1577. 

— Lucy 1777. 

— Martha M. 1783. 

— Peter 1772. 

— Robert 1589, 1782. 

— Suzan 1579. 

— Thomas 1776. 
ROLFE Amelia 1827. 

— Edward 1745. 

— George 1788. 

— George T. 1850. 

— Isaac C. 1790. 

— James 1779, 1786. 

— John 1777. 

— Mary 1746. 

— Robert 1750. 

— Sarah 1743. 

— William 1705, 1754. 
ROODING EUzabeth 1560. 

— Sarah 1562. 
ROOKS Abraham 1819, 1849. 

— Frances 1814. 
_ Francis 1849. 

— Harvey 1603. 

— James 1809. 

— John 1817. 
_ John B. 1837. 

— Mary Ann 1839. 

— Martha E. 1849. 

— Robert 1812. 

— Thomas 1825. 
ROOT Agnes 1835. 

_ Eliza 1827. 

_ Elizabeth 1793, 1816. 

_ Emma 1831, 1838. 

— Fred: Will: 1843. 

— George 1796, 1817. 

— Hannah 1843. 

— Harriet 1825. 

— John 1799. 

— Maria 1830. 

— Mary 1795. 

— Mary Ann 1823. 

— Sophia 1833. 

— Suzan 1805, 1821. 



ROOT William 1792. 
ROSE Mountjoy 1689. 
ROWE Eliza 1847. 

— Isaac 1815. 

— James 1806, 1850. 

— John 1818. 

— Jonas 1803. 

— Katharine 1848. 

— Louisa 1846. 

— Rachel 1799, 1849, 1850. 

— Samuel 1811. 

— Suzan 1844. 

— Thomas 1801. 

— William 1808. 
ROWLAND John 1788. 
ROWLESON Suzan 1631. 
RUGGLE ) Elizabeth 1640. 
RUGGLES \ John 1629. 

— Martha 1637. 

— Mary 1625, 1634. 

— Samuel 1631. 
William 1627. 

RUSHBROOK) Ann 1760. 
ROSBROOK I Charles 1765, 
RASBROOK ) 1781. 

— Charlotte 1827. 

— Christopher 1765. 

— Eliza 1817, 1818. 

— Elizabeth 1768. 

— Emily 1828. 

— Esau 1811. 

— Hannah 1748, 1769. 

— Henry 1808. 

— Jeremiah 1766. 

— John 1767, 1775, 1822. 

— Lewis 1777, 1779, 1803. 

— Maria 1805, 1825. 

— Mary Ann 1813. 

— Rebecca 1762, 1826. 

— Robin 1771. 

— Sarah 1763, 1787. 

— Thomas 1815. 

— William 1773, 1800, 

1819 (2), 1820. 

— William H. 1849. 
RUTTER George 1815. 
SADLETON Martha 1621. 
SALE Ann 1803. 

— Elizabeth J. 1833. 

— Harriet 1801. 

— Henry 1831. 

— James 1765, 1841. 

— John 1761. 

— Maria 1839. 

— Robert 1763, 1846. 

— Sarah 1772, 1836. 

— Simon 1759. 



SALE Suzan 1798. 

— Thomas 1844. 

— Valentine 1850. 

— William 1769, 1793. 
SALISBURY Fred: N. 1811. 

— James 1807. 

— Jeremiah 1809. 
SANCROFT I Elizabeth 
SONDCROFT 1 1704. 

— Mary 1703. 

— Robert 1706. 

— Sarah 1704. 
SAUNDERS Ann 1848. 

— Anna M. 1837. 

— Elizabeth 1837, 1840, 

— George 1837. 

— Henry 1841. 

— Jeremiah 1837. 

— Josiah 1837. 

— Mary 1837. 

— Mary Ann 1828. 

— Rebecca 1843. 

— Sarah 1842. 

— Stephen 1824. 

— Thomas G. 1837. 

— Thomas W. 1838. 

— William 1837. 
SAWIER John 1589. 

— Roger 1593. 

— Thomas 1587, 

— William 1584. 
SCARLIN Caroline E. 1849. 

— Edith S. R. 1850, 

— Eliza A. 1836. 

— James H. 1837, 

— James M. 1811. 

— Martha 1815. 

— Martha S. 1817. 

— Walter J. 1849. 
SCARFF Charles 1816. 
SCOT Ann 1585. 

— Hannah 1615. 

— John 1584. 

— Lettes 1591. 

— Mary 1588. 

— William 1586. 
SEAMAN Mary 1750, 
SECKER Alice 1744. 

— Diana 1741. 

— Henry 1742, 

— Sarah 1745, 

— Thomas 1739. 
SENNING Ann 1645. 
SERGEAUNT Abigail 1846. 

— Amelia 1831. 

— Anna M. 1833. 

— Elizabeth 1840, 



BAPTISMS.— INDEX. 



373 



SERGEAUNT Ellen 1828. 

— Emma 1843. 

— John 1835. 

— Katherine 1656. 

— Robert 1664. 

— Thomas 1658. 
SHARP Ann 1767. 

— Elizabeth 1762. 

— Martin 1801. 

— Mary 1769, 1781. 

— Robert 1796. 

— Sarah 1773. 

— Thomas 1765. 
SHAW Ann 1708. 

— Else 1705. 

— Elizabeth 1704. 

— Francis 1706. 

— Richard 1719. 

— Samuel 1703. 
SHELVER Charles 1807. 
SHORT George 1826. 

— Harriet 1829. 

— Jane 1832. 
SILLET Ann 1632. 

— Bridget 1579, 1583, 

1606, 1623. 

— Caleb 1648. 

— Clement 1586. 

— Dorothy 1625. 

— Edward 1576, 1585, 

1608. 

— Elizabeth 1620. 

— Francis 1581, 1611. 

— George 1805. 

— James 1589. 

— Joan 1576, 1634. 

— John 1573, 1592, 1623. 

— Joshua 1650. 

— Josias 1584. 

— Katharine 1570. 

— Margaret 1587, 1613. 

— Mary 1581, 1615, 1631, 

1652. 

— Mary Ann 1806. 

— Philip 1597. 

— Richard 1578, 1600, 

1628, 1653. 

— Sebastian 1603. 

— Thomas 1581, 1594,1618. 

— William 1583. 
SIMKIN Ann 1844. 

— Anna M. 1834. 

— Charles 1839. 

— Fanny 1841, 

— Henry 1824. 

— John 1847. 

— Mary Ann 1829. 



SIMKIN Sarah A. 1837. 

— Thomas 1832. 

— William 1827. 
SIMMONDS see SYMONDS. 
SKELTON Katharine 1675. 
SKINNER Elizabeth 1671. 

— Henry 1656. 

— John 1668. 

— Mary 1675. 

— Robert 1664. 

— Sarah 1661. 

— Thomas 1654. 

— William 1658. 
SMITH I Abraham 1753, 
SMYTH I 1772. 

— Alee 1668. 

— Alice 1775. 

— Ann 1560, 1710, 1763. 

— Anthony 1691, 1707. 

— Caroline M. 1789. 

— David 1825. 

— Elizabeth 1589, 1754, 

1765. 

— Francis 1772. 

— Frederick 1805. 

— George 1772. 

— Hannah 1707, 1753. 

— Harriet 1809. 

— Henry G. 1820. 

— Isaac 1657. 

— James 1755, 1769, 1824. 

— Jane 1695. 

— John 1560, 1643, 1652, 

1671, 1696,1753, 1759, 
1765, 1807, 1823. 

— Joseph 1755. 

— Lionel 1815. 

— Lydia 1775. 

— Margaret 1641. 

— Maria 1831. 

— Mary 1684, 1693, 1764, 

1769. 

— Mary Ann 1814. 

— Phoebe 1757, 1841. 

— Rebecca 1818, 1822. 

— Richard 1755. 

— Robert 1562, 1648, 1688, 

1765, 1767. 

— Samuel 1760, 1767. 

— Sarah 1751, 1768. 

— Susan 1763. 

— Thomas 1645, 1653, 

1686, 1700,1761,1765, 
1787, 1812. 

— William 1756, 1759, 

1762, 1785, 1805. 

— William G. 1832. 



SOUTH John 1572. 
SOUTHGATE Ann 1741. 

— Thomas 1744. 

— William 1746. 
SORE Benjamin 1645. 

— James 1642. 

— Thomas 1639. 
SORRELL Thomas 1691. 
SPALDING Ann 1708, 1775, 

1840, 1842. 

— Edmund 1766, 1772, 

— Edward 1569. 

— Elizabeth 1777. 

— Frances 1789. 

— George 1793. 

— James 1714, 1791. 

— Jane 1828. 

— John 1838. 

— John E. 1844. 

— Margaret 1564. 

— Mary 1714, 1782, 

— Mary Ann 1821. 

— Robert 1775, 1786, 1788. 

— Sarah 1769. 

— William 1816. 

— William N. 1799. 
SPARK Alice 1629. 

— Christian 1626. 

— Edward 1634. 

— James 1767, 1775. 

— John 1625. 

— Katherine 1631. 

— Mary 1621, 1779. 

— Richard 1776. 

— Robert 1624, 1634. 

— Sarah 1619. 
SPARROW Ann 1728, 

— Charles 1787. 

— Elizabeth 1644, 1723, 

1734. 

— Frances 1642. 

— George 1736. 

— Hannah 1648, 1712, 

— Jeremy 1645. 

— John 1686, 1708. 

— Martha 1789. 

— Mary 1721, 1749. 

— Oliver 1725. 

— Robert 1647. 

— Suzan 1731, 1757. 

— Thomas 1711. 
SPENCER Hugh 1723, 1725. 

— Isabella 1730. 

— Mary 1724. 
SPICER Ann 1726. 

— Elizabeth 1716, 1735. 

— John 1717. 



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BAPTISMS.— INDEX. 



SPICER Mary 1719, 1724, 
SPINK Ann 1636, 1666. 

— Frederick 1638. 

— Jane 1622. 

— John 1565. 

— Margaret 1633. 

— Martha 1(540. 

— Mary 1620, 1631. 

— Robert 1629. 

— Thomas 1626. 

— William 1628. 
SPURLING Elizabeth 1664. 

— Stephen 1665. 
STANFIELD Josias 1632. 
STANTON Henry 1608. 

— Margerie 1602. 
STAPS John 1567. 
STEAGLE \ Ann 1609. 
STEGOL ) Richard 1602. 
STEED Abraham 1821. 
STEWARD Elizabeth 1628. 

— Mary 1624. 

— Rebecca 1656. 

— Robert 1618. 

— Susan 1621. 
STURGEON Ann 1804. 

— Anna L. 1843. 

— Frederica 1798. 

— Fred: Will: 1843. 

— Jane E. 1841. 

— John 1801. 

— John M. 1840. 

— Joseph E. 1837. 

— Louisa 1796. 

— Richard E. 1835. 
STUTTER Esther 1838. 
SUTTON Robert 1764. 
SWAN Ann 1758, 1844. 

— Elizabeth 1749, 1751, 

1757. 

— Harry 1847, 1848. 

— John 1739, 1774. 

— Mary 1744. 
SYLVERSTON Alice 1801. 

— Hannah A. 1794. 

— James 1794, 1799. 

— Sally 1795. 
SYLVESTER Joan 1609. 
SYMONDS Anna M. 1741. 

— Charles 1752. 

— Delariviere 1732. 

— Jermyn 1726. 

— John 1610, 1727, 1729. 

— Mary 1728. 

— Thomas 1727, 1731. 
TALBOT Elizabeth 1692. 

— Frances 1642. 



TALBOT Francis 1639. 

— Henry 1621. 

— Mary 1628, 1751. 

— Robert 1618. 

— Suzan 1691. 

— Thomas 1614. 

— William 1624. 
TAYLOR James 1798. 
THOMPSON Eliza 1831. 

— John 1755. 

— Joseph 1757. 

— Louisa 1832. 

— Mary Ann 1836. 

— Robert J. 1834. 
THURSTON Alice 1585. 

— Mary 1583. 
TITMOUSE Elizabeth 1628. 

— John 1628. 
TONG Elizabeth S. 1756. 

— Susanna M. 1757. 
TOWLER)Ann 1621, 1644, 
TOLAR [ 1662. 
TOLLER ) Gilbert 1593. 

— Holofernes 1622, 1655. 

— Joan 1624. 

— Margaret 1652. 

— Mary 1632. 

— Robert 1624, 1654. 

— Vincent 1649. 

— William 1 590, 1621,1646. 
TRAY Abraham 1736. 
THICKER Caroline 1828. 

— Harriet 1803, 1806. 

— John 1798. 

— Mary Ann 1810. 

— Robert 1802. 

— Sarah 1807. 

— William 1800. 
TRUMBLE Ann 1608. 
TURNER Elizabeth 1751. 

— Frances 1559. 

— Jane 1836. 

— John 1636. 

— Margerie 1569. 

— Mary 1559. 

— Thomas 1566, 1838. 
TWEED Amy 1840. 

— Elizabeth 1777. 

— George 1807. 

— Harriet 1830. 

— James 1769, 1796. 

— James D. 1803. 

— John 1764. 

— Lucy 1831. 

— Margaret 1758. 

— Mary 1762 

— Nancy 1811. 



TWEED Rebecca 1779. 

— Sarah 1760. 

— Suzan 1756, 1795, 1835. 

— Thomas 1766, 1832. 

— Walter 1771. 

— William 1754. 
UNDERWOOD Ann 1781. 

— Christopher 1781. 

— Elizabeth 1763. 

— Ezra 1774. 

— John 1779. 

— Mary 1777. 

— Sarah 1770. 

— Suzan 1768. 

— William 1766. 
VARDIE \ Elizabeth 1610, 
VARVIE I 1616. 

— Francis 1612. 

— John 1616. 

— Martha 1608. 

— Suzan 1619. 
VARO I Charles 1752. 
VEAR) Frederick 1754. 

— Humfry 1754. 

— John 1759. 
VINCENT Frederick 1836. 
WADK Ann 1846. 

— Arthur 1844. 

— Henry H. 1840. 

— John 1842. 
WADKIN John 1650. 

— Sarah 1653. 
WALKER Eede 1610, 1611. 

— John 1606. ■*. Jiw^ 
WALLAKER George E. 1822. 
WARD Alice 1786. 

— Charles 1784. 

— Edmund 1788. 

— Edward 1790. 

— John 1793. 

— Sophia 1794. 

— Thomas 1789. 
WARDEN Mary 1739. 

— Valentine 1739. 
WARREN Elizabeth 1679. 

— James 1810. 

— John 1777, 1802. 

— Maria 1808. 

— Samuel 1810. 

— William 1779. 
WATSON Ada G. 1832. 
WEB Charles 1706. 

— Francis 1714. 
WELHAM I Ann 1560. 
WELLOM S Edmund 1560. 

— Elizabeth 1565, 1636, 

1657. 



BAPTISMS.— INDEX. 



375 



Joan 1562, 1563. 



WELHAM 
WELLOM 

— John 1579. 

— Margaret 1559, 1561. 

— Robert 1614. 

— Thomas 1581, 1617. 
WELLS James 1827. 

— Maria 1832. 

— Robert 1821. 

— Sophia 1824. 

— Thomas 1819. 

— William 1829. 
WENT Samuel 1709. 
WHEELER Sarah 1831. 
WIFFEN Ann 1624, 1688. 

— Dorothy 1635. 

— Elizabeth 1617, 1664, 

1702. 

— Henry 1639. 

— Lawrence 1695. 

— Margaret 1666. 

— Richard 1673. 

— Stephen 1632. 

— Susan 1646. 

— Thomas 1666, 1692. 

— WiUiam 1619, 1676. 

— Zara 1641. 
WIGSON Adelaide J. 1831. 

— Ann 1831. 

— Elizabeth M. A. 1815. 

— Emma 1820, 1831. 

— Frederick T. 1829. 

— Henry C. 1823. 

— Mary Ann 1819. 

— Richard 1826. 

— Septimus S. 1833. 

— Thomas 1824. 

— William 1817. 
WILDEN Robert 1785. 



WILLINGHAM Alice 1754, 


WISEMAN Hannah 1693, 


1780. 


1696. 


— Betty 1814. 


— John 1694, 1697. 


— Delariviere 1768, 1786, 


— Mary 1701. 


1788, 1790. 


— Thomas 1696, 1698. 


— Edmund 1695, 1729, 


WITHERBIE Mary 1579. 


1754, 1757, 1778, 1782, 


WIX Mary 1695. 


1789, 1790, 1819. 


— Thory 1698. 


— Edward 1796. 


— William 1693. 


— Eliza 1825. 


WOMACK Ann 1665. 


— Elizabeth 1721, 1764, 


WOODRUFF Edward 1737. 


1782, 1817. 


WRATHAM John 1803. 


— Else 1691, 1720. 


— Milla 1805. 


— George 1798. 


WRIGHT Ann 1773. 


— Henry B. 1783. 


— Elizabeth 1654. 


— Isaac 1801. 


— Esther 1659. 


— James 1794. 


— James 1656. 


— John 1734, 1791. 


— John 1631. 


— iMargaret 1722. 


— Josias 1629, 1666, 1668, 


— Mary 1687, 1725, 1728, 


— Margaret 1664. 


1759, 1776, 1780, 1782. 


— Sarah 1689. 


— Mary Ann 1817, 1819. 


— Thomas 1662. 


— Robert 1731, 1838. 


— William 1674. 


— ■ Sarah 1738, 1787. 


WYARD Elizabeth 1622, 1654. 


— Susan 1830. 


— Frances 1668. 


— Thomas 1689, 1724,1756, 


— Hannah 1665. 


1784, 1785. 


— Henrv 1627. 


— William 1735,1760,1762, 


— Hester 1633. 


1780, 1822. 


— James 1624, 1652, 1675,. 


— WiUiam H. 1841. 


1678. 


— 1697. 


— Margaret 1659. 


WINCH Ann 1829. 


— Rachel 1671. 


— Eliza 1824. 


— Thomas 1635, 1G76. 


— Jane 1833. 


— William 1630, 1667. 


— John W. 1825. 


WYERS James 1682. 


— Susanna 1823. 


WYMOCK Rebecca 1727. 


WINDWARD Mary Ann 1832. 


— William 1740, 1781. 


WING Susanna 1830. 


YONGE Margaret 1581. 


WINNEY Edmund 1751. 





INDEX No. 5.-MARRIAGES. 



ABBOTT William 1798. 
ABREY James 1811. 
ACOCK Ann 1683. 
ADAMS John 1767. 

— Mary 1695, 1820. 

— Robert 1593, 1625. 

— Sarah 1731, 1733, 1784, 

1821. 

— William 1769, 1823. 
ADKIN Abigail 1774. 



ADKIN Charlotte 1815. 

— Elizabeth 1828. 

— George 1635, 1643. 

— John 1735, 1768, 1784, 

1822. 

— Martha 1845. 

— Thomas 1663, 1805. 
ALBON See ARBORN. 
ALCOCK William 1760. 
ALDERTON Joseph 1749. 



ALLEN John 1563. 
ALLET Margaret 1653. 
ALPSLEY Ralph 1653. 
ALVIS See AVIS. 
AMBROSE Ann 1799. 

— Ann M. 1829. 

— William 1777, 1835. 
ANDREWES Alice 1593. 

— Susanna 1844. 
ARBER Joan 1564. 



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MARRIAGES.— INDEX. 



ARBORN Amy ltJ3G. 

— Jane 1836. 

— Thomas 1848. 
ARMSTRONG James 1751, 

1754. 
ASHE Audrie 1582. 
ASHMAN William 1705. 
ATWELL Ann 1758. 
AUBURN George 1705. 
AUSTIN Dorothy 1574. 

— George 1615. 

— John 1563. 

— William 1563. 
AVIS I Elizabeth 1723, 
ALVES 1 George 1742. 

— Richard 1683. 

— Robert 1805. 

— Sarah 1800. 
AYLMER Margaret 1757. 
BAILEY James 1764. 

— Sophia 1833. 

— William 1608. 
BAKER Edmund 1623. 

— John 1618, 1810, 1820, 

1845. 

— Joseph 1823. 

— Mary 1820. 

— Mary Ann 1837. 

— Richard 1561. 

— Susan 1754. 

— Thomas 1623. 

— William 1845. 
BALES Ann 1707. 
BALLS Judith 1705. 

— Mark 1701. 
BARBAR Martha 1608. 

— Nicholas 1617. 
BARDWELL Elizabeth 1566. 
BARKER Sarah 1766. 

— Thomas 1580. 
BARNES Ehsha 1826. 
BARREL Ann 1767. 
BARRET Edward 1637. 

— Robert 1559. 
BARRON I Grace 1577. 
BARRUMfMary 1622. 

— Thomas 1579, 1608. 
BARTON Elizabeth 1714, 

1735. 

— Mary 1752. 

— William 1587. 
BASS Ann 1725. 

— Elizabeth 1753. 

— John 1786. 

— Joseph 1766. 
BASSET William 1698. 
BATT Ann 1834. 



BATTELY John 1714. 

— Mary 1724. 
BAXTER Sarah 1773. 
BEALES Ann 1807. 
BEAUMONT Robert 1680. 
BEDELL I Jonathan 1793. 
BEDDLE ( Mary 1748, 1796. 

— Martha 1783. 

— Thomas 1756. 
BELEMAN \ Sarah 1763. 
BILLMAN ) William 1753. 
BELL Christian 1667. 
BENINGFIELD John 1575. 
BENNET Agnes 1612. 

— Alice 1686. 

— Eliiabeth 1689. 

— Emily 1850. 

— Henry 1584. 
BENNOLD Richard 1612. 

— Thomas 1644. 
BENSTED John 1698. 
BERRIE Jeffery 1572. 
BERTHOUD Isabella 1762. 
BETTS Humphry 1778. 
BIGSBY John 1695. 
BINGLEY George 1686. 
BIRD Ann 1580, 1782. 

— Catharine 1791. 

— Elizabeth 1777. 

— George 1575. 

— Thomas 1753. 
BIRLE Mary 1617. 

BI DWELL Margaret 1823. 

— Susan 1818. 
BLACKBOURN John 1802. 
BLAGGE Ambrose 1608. 

— Henry 1571. 

— Judith 1664. 
BLAND Grace 1625. 
BLEMELL John 1633. 
BOGGIS Sarah 1831. 
BOLTON John 1732. 
BOLY Margaret 1580. 
BOOTH Margaret 1578. 
BOOTY Mary 1662. 

— Robert 1625, 1664. 
BORDE Giles 1579. 
BOREHAM Harriet 1846. 

— Isaac 1840. 

— James 1807, 1834, 1841. 

— Sophia 1847. 

— William 1841. 
BORNE William 1578. 
BOSTON Rebecca 1637. 
BOUDEN Ann 1631. 
BOUER James 1578. 
BOWERS Ann 1835. 



BOWERS John 1839. 

— Samuel 1849. 
BOYCE Ann 1830. 

— Richard 1755, 1763. 
BRADLEY James 1797. 
BRAGGE Robert 1577. 
BRAME William 1826. 
BRAND Susan 1619. 
BRANTIA Margaret 1593. 
BRAVE William 1568. 
BRAY Isaac 1765. 

— John 1736, 1764. 

— Rachel 1798. 

— Samuel 1682. 

— Sarah 1788. 

— William 1737, 1763, 

1778. 
BRETT Ann 1588, 1645. 

— Margaret 1602. 

— Millicent 1619. 

— Nicholas 1635. 

— Robert 1618. 
BREWSTER Charles 1760. 

— George 1829. 

— Mary 1808. 
BRIANT Frances 1776. 

— Oliver 1635. 
BRIDGE Benjamin 1848. 
BRIGG Samuel 1754. 
BRIGHT Barbara 1621. 

— Thomas 1621. 
BROOK Elizabeth 1732. 

— Mary 1613. 

— Stephen 1793. 

— William 1602. 
BROWN Ann 1779. 

— Bridget 1602. 

— Christian 1559. 

— George 1843. 

— John 1696, 1735, 1798, 

1816. 

— Sophy 1823. 
BROWNING William 1825. 
BRUNNING Elizabeth 1746. 
BUCKENHAM Henry 1581. 

— Elizabeth 1569, 1586, 

1609, 1625. 

— Joan 1590, 1644, 1646. 

— John 1608. 

— Margaret 1618. 
BUCKLE George 1833. 

— John 1806. 
BUD John 1577. 
BULBROOK Edward 1600. 

— Henry 1729. 

— Margaret 1559. 

— Rose 1617. 



MARRIAGES.— INDEX. 



377 



BULL Elizabeth 1662, 1815, 
1834. 

— Frances 1792, 1806. 

— John 1828. 

— Stephen 1643. 

— Thomas 1601. 

— William 1603. 
BULLACE Charlotte 1836. 

— James 1800. 

— John 1834, 1844. 

— William 1828. 
BULLARD Elizabeth 1795. 
BULLOCK Elizabeth 1835. 

— Sophia 1850. 
BUNTING Elizabeth 1751. 

— John 1743. 

— Joshua 1708. 

— Mary 1774. 

— Susan 1761. 
BURCHENAL Ann 1616. 

— Gregory 1591. 
BURDE See BIRD. 
BURGESS Jane 1830. 

— Thomas 1802. 
BURROUGHS Samuel 1778. 
BUTLER Thomas 1739. 
BUTTON John 1607. 
BYFORD Thomas 1782. 

B . . FFIE Margaret 1609. 
CAGE iMary Ann 1840. 
CALF Alice 1784. 
CALLOW John 1593. 
CALOND Robert 1680. 
CANDLER William 1773. 
CANHAM Charles 1834. 
CARRINGTON Thomas 1754. 
CARTER Margaret 1734. 
CARVER Margaret 1580. 
CATCH POLE Elizabeth 1758. 

— Robert 1827. 

— Thomas 1836. 
CATER Elizabeth 1778. 

— George 1783, 1837, 1842. 

— Hannah 1809. 

— Harriet 1828. 

— Henry 1765, 1825, 1847. 

— James 1820. 

— John 1812. 

— Martha 1814. 

— Mary 1809, 1813, 1820, 

1831. 

— Rachel 1827. 

— Sarah 1783. 

— Thomas 1776. 

— William 1667, 1814. 
CELIE Audrie 1562. 
CHALLIS George 1774. 



CHALLIS Robert 1837. 
CHANEFIELD William 1629. 
CHANELL William 1801. 
CHARVILLE Catharine 1849. 
CHILD Joseph 1835. 
CHINERY Ann 1702. 

— Dorothy 1608. 

— Elizabeth 1607. 

— Hester 1723. 

— Sarah 1680. 

— Susan 1662, 1700, 
CHURCH John 1617, 1620, 

1623. 

— Mary 1735. 
CLERK Alice 1646. 

— Ann 1621. 

— Edmund 1627. 

— Elizabeth 1640. 

— Frances 1826. 

— George 1594. 

— John 1686, 1826. 

— Leonard 1606. 

— Mary 1704, 1799. 

— Richard 1702. 

— Sarah 1775, 1797. 
CLIFFORD Ann 1606. 
COCK Edward 1573, 1593. 
COCKEL Hannah 1828. 

— John 1791. 

— Richard 1828. 
COCKSEDGE Elizabeth 

1732. 

— Martha 1822. 
COE Charles 1815. 

— Elizabeth 1718. 

— Mary 1838. 

— Robert 1608, 1828. 

— Susan 1843. 
COLE Ann 1753, 1796. 

— Katharine 1621. 

— William 1779. 
COLLISON William 1804. 
COOK Abigail 1662. 

— Ann 1827. 

— Elizabeth 1843. 

— John 1742. 

— Mary 1817, 1841. 

— Robert 1626, 1836. 

— Stephen 1716. 

— Susan 1762. 

— William 1816. 
COOPER Abraham 1819. 

— Alice 1598. 

— Benjamin 1621. 

— Caroline T. 1850. 

— Elizabeth 1654, 1674. 

— George 1831. 



COOPER John 1762. 

— Martha 1726. 

— Mary 1828. 

— Richard 1566. 

— Robert 1686, 1747. 

— Sarah 1770, 1793. 
COOTE Ann 1799. 
COPPIN Amelia 1850. 

— Elizabeth 1(;84. 

— Hannah 1772. 

— Mary 1779. 

— Prudence 1627. 

— Ruth 1803. 
COPSY Ann 1802. 

— Henry 1850. 

— James 1776, 1846. 

— Joan 1674. 

— John 1817. 

— Maria 1823. 

— Mary 1807. 

— Matthew 1807. 

— Robert 1840. 

— Susan 1817. 

— Tabitha 1814. 

— Thomas 1782. 

— William 1846. 
CORBET Henry 1718. 
CORDER Mary 1579. 

— Thomas 1576. 
CORNWALL I Elizabeth 
CORNELL S 1710. 

— Henry 1689. 

— John 1686, 1823. 

— Mary 1768. 

— Thomas 1729, 1762. 
COTTON John 1642. 
COVEL Ann 1688. 

— Elizabeth 1621, 1653. 

— Mary 1693. 

— Thomas 1664. 
COZENS Henry 1693, 1712. 

— Susan 1768. 
CRACK Ann 1795, 1844. 

— Edward 1825. 

— George 1834. 

— Hannah 1819. 

— Jane 1832. 

— Mary 1823. 

— Sophia 1810. 

— Susan 1828. 

— Thomas 1847. 
CRAME Samuel 1653. 
CRASKE Henry 1729. 
CRESALL EUzabeth 1676. 
CRICK Antony 1784. 

— John 1662. 

— Sarah 1765, 1817. 



378 



MARRIAGES.— INDEX. 



CRICK Stephen 1765, 1804. 
CROSS Alice 1686. 

— John 1838. 
CROUCH Joseph 1694. 

— Sarah 1688. 
CROW Eliza 1835. 

— Sarah 1827. 
CUFF Richard 1725. 
CUTTERIS Frances 1627. 
CUTTIN Robert 1607. 
CUTMER John 1580. 
DAINES Margaret 1787. 

— Mary 1793. 
DALE Mary 1661. 
DANIEL Elizabeth 1739. 

— William 1732. 
DANNOCK Frances 162L 
DAVY Elizabeth 1793. 
DAY Mary 1674, 1749. 
DEACON Elijah 1841. 
DEARSLY Samuel 1749. 
DEARSON Agnes 1619. 

— Mary 1630. 

— Richard 1590. 
DEATH Frances 1830. 

— Hannah 1766. 

— James 1841. 

— John 1787, 1808. 

— Sarah 1769. 
DEER Susan 1766. 
DEEREMAN Elizabeth 1608. 

— Margaret 1602. 
DESPOTINE Jasper 1619. 
DIGERSINE Elizabeth 1594. 
DIKES Grace 1590. 
DISBOROW Anthony 1618. 
DISNEY Thomas 1802. 
DOUBLE Ann 1805, 1834. 

— Charles 1809. 

— Clementina 1798. 

— Elizabeth 1814. 

— Frances 1823. 

— George S. 1830. 

— John 1772. 

— Louisa 1847. 

— Susan 1813, 1827. 

— William 1826. 
DRAKLON Thomas 1561. 
DREW Elizabeth 1768. 

— Mary 1778. 

— Sarah 1773. 

— Susan 1774. 
DRURY Elizabeth 1686. 

— Sarah 1688. 
DURRANT Erekiel 1833. 
DYSING Elizabeth 1707. 

— John 1603. 



DYTUN Thomas 1569. 
EADE William 1830. 
EAGLE Mary 1791. 
EARL Luke 1582. 

— Samuel 1815. 
EASE Ann 1561. 

— PhiUis 1569. 
EBING Harriet 1815. 
EDGELY Elizabeth 1671. 
EDGERLIE Helen 1583. 
EDHOUSE Elizabeth 1615. 

— Frances 1608. 

— John 1569. 

— Margaret 1613. 

— Mary 1599. 

— Susan 1611. 
EDMUNDS John 1566, 1569. 
EDWARDS Edmund 1640, 

— Elizabeth 1812. 

— John 1828. 

— Sarah 1850. 

— William 1822. 

— Will: J. G. 1846. 
ELLIS James 1824. 

— John 1791, 1812, 1819. 

— Mary 1743. 
ELMER Benet 1564. 

— Elizabeth 1731. 

— Susan 1635. 
ELSDEN Abraham 1799. 

— Hannah 1795, 1812. 

— Isabella 1736. 

— John 1829. 

— Mary 1727, 1828. 

— Rachel 1849. 

— Richard 1695. 

— Robert 1831. 

— Thomas 1771. 

— William 1827. 
ELSYGOOD James 1663. 
EMERSON Susan 1763. 
EMYNS Agnes 1573. 

— Margaret 1563. 

— William 1600. 
EMMET Carohne 1841, 

— George 1820. 

— William 1791, 1828. 
ENGLISH Mary 1634, 
ENGOLL \ Jane 1662. 
INGOLD /John 1599, 1602, 

1620. 

— Rebecca 1669, 

— Rose 1625, 
ERNESBY Esther 1702. 
EUSON Jeremiah 1735. 
EVERARDi . ,cQo 
EVERAD J Ann 1698. 



EVERARD I Hannah 1771, 
' EVERAD ) 1783. 

— Henry 1823. 

— Maria 1830. 

— Mary 1767, 1825, 

— Mary Ann 1828. 

— Wilham 1717. 
EWEN) Ann 1727. 
EURN j Delariviere 1731. 

— Hannah 1698. 

— John 1634, 1647. 

— Susan 1739. 

— William 1664. 
FAKE Thomas 1833. 
FARRANTS Joseph 1839. 

— Mary Ann 1823, 1838. 
FASTAL Dorothy 1565. 
FELTHAM Christian 1653. 
FENNER John 1803. 
FENTON James 1820, 

— Sophia 1833. 

— William 1847. 
FINBOROUGH Frances 1675 
FINCH Bell 1797. 

— James 1751. 

— Katherine 1778. 
FINCHAM Tomasin 1633. 
FINTER James 1803. 
FIRMAN Lydia 1749. 

— Peter 1731. 
FISHON Ann 1576. 

— John 1619. 

— William 1588. 
FITCH Elizabeth 1823. 

— Mary 1772. 

— Thomas 1738. 
FLACK Susan 1841, 
FLANDER Bridget 1612, 
FLETCHER Lettice 1609. 
FLOWER Jonathan 1795. 
FOLGER Margaret 1577, 
FOLKES Edward 1825, 
FORD Martha 1680. 
FORSTER Richard 1702. 
FOWLER Anthony 1611. 
FRANCIS Joan 1564. 

— Margaret 1569, 1754. 

— Thomas 1581. 
FRENCH Thomas 1837. 
FRIET Agnes 1591. 

— Bridget 1602. 

— Elizabeth 1613. 
FROST Alice 1623, 1633. 

— Catharine 1787, 

— Cicely 1588. 

— Elizabeth 1753, 1760. 

— Giles 1750. 



MARRIAGES.— INDEX. 



379 



FROST Henry 1601. 

— James 1724, 1740. 

— John 1769, 1778. 

— Mary 1753, 1760, 1773, 

1774. 

— Sarah 1790. 

— Susan 1803. 

— Thomas 1728, 1746, 

1758, 1762, 1776. 

— William 1730, 1770, 

1773, 1797, 1813. 

— William R. 1788. 
FULLER Elizabeth 1620. 

— Mary 1776. 

— William 1583. 
FYNN Agnes 1590. 

— Ann 1631. 

— Bridget 1603. 

— Joan 1616. 

— William 1563, 1590. 
GALLANT Mary 1823. 
GAME Robert 1731. 
GARDINER Frances 1822. 

— John 1766. 

— Lucy 1823. 

— Mary Ann 1822. 

— Rebecca 1743, 1764. 

— Rose 1794. 

— Thomas 1675, 1799, 

1828. 

— Widow 1671. 

— William 1840. 
GARNHAM Isaac 1704. 
GARRARD Elizabeth 1798. 

— Susan 1778. 
GARRET Stephen 1612. 

— Thomas 1586. 
GAUDEN Elizabeth 1714. 
GAULT \ Mary 1702. 
GAWTE 1 Robert 1600. 

— Sarah 1683. 
GAWSELL Elizabeth 1781. 
GAYNFORD WiUiam 1679. 
GEDGE Bridget 1826. 
GEE Thomas 1683. 
GELDER Elizabeth 1685. 
GIPPS Ann 1578. 

— John 1577. 

— Rachel 1577. 

— Robert 1572. 

— Thomas 1662. 
GIPSON Joan 1581. 
GIRLING Barry 1818. 
GLOAD Thomas 1671. 
GODFRY Dorothy 1606, 1638. 

— Edward 1606. 

— Elizabeth 1593. 



GODFRY Frances 1619. 

— Jane 1598, 1628. 

— Joan 1561. 

— John 1572, 1576, 1586, 

1598. 

— Margaret 1581, 1621. 

— Martha 1629. 

— Richard 1569. 

— Robert 1610. 

— Stephen 1603. 

— Susan 1596. 

— Ursula 1605. 

— William 1574. 
GOLDING Margaret 1563. 
GOLDSMITH Alice 1682. 

— Ambrose 1604. 

— Elizabeth 1694. 

— Frances 1712. 

— George 1846. 

— John 1645. 

— Mary 1762. 

— Robert 1783. 

— Sarah 1727. 

— Susan 1690. 

— Thomas 1607, 1646, 

1678. 
GOLDSON Edward 1611. 
GOLDSTONE John 1819, 

1823. 
GOOCH Elizabeth 1846. 

— George 1846. 

— John 1841. 

— Robert 1819. 
GOODAY Daniel 1718. 

— Joseph 1738. 

— Margaret 1722. 

— Thomas 1620. 
GOODCHILD Alice 1780. 

— Ann 1826. 

— Bridget 1774. 

— Castell 1739. 

— James 1791, 1834. 

— Robert 1674. 

— Thomas 1829, 1844, 

1850. 
GOODING Susan 1824. 
GOODLIFFE Ann 1837. 

— Rebecca 1848. 
GOODRICH ) Frances 
GUTTERIDGE \ 1799. 

— John 1794. 

— Katharine 1643. 

— Widow 1678. 
GOOLD Mary S. 1825. 
GOOSE Agnes 1571. 

— Ann 1608, 1617. 

— Isabel 1572. 



GOOSE John 1575. 

— Mary 1611. 
GOSNOLDE Edmund 1574. 

— Martha 1633. 
GOUT Mary 1820. 
GOWSON William 1829. 
GRAIEGOOSE Henry 1575. 
GRAY Arthur J. 1838. 
GREEN Ann 1603. 

— Edward 1836. 

— Jemima 1778. 

— Jeremy 1715. 

— John 1837. 

— Jonathan 1796. 

— Sarah 1825, 1828, 
GREENWOOD John 1813. 

— Sarah 1795. 
GRICE Elizabeth 1791, 
GRIGGS Frances 1697. 

— Hannah 1791. 

— Sarah 1692. 
GULSTON William 1689. 
GURNIE Margery 1572. 
HABERGHAM Joseph 1850. 
HAGREEN Samuel 1799. 
HAGUE Susanna 1762, 
HALL Margaret 1663. 

— Robert 1584. 

— William 1560, 1707. 
HAMMOND David 1833, 

— Frances 1615. 

— Joseph 1733, 1757. 

— Mark 1796. 

— Martha 1841. 

— Robert 1835. 

— Sophia 1836. 

— Thomas 1625. 
HANDE John 1559. 
HANDLER Ann 1673. 

— Vincent 1621. 
HARDIE Stephen 1602. 
HARMAN Katharine 1575. 
HARRIS Elizabeth 1833. 
HARSOM Milla 1808. 
HART Agnes 1584. 

— Henry 1805. 
HARVEY Jane 1667. 

— John 1785. 

— Mary 1750. 

— Robert 1700. 
HASEL John 1693. 
HASELWOOD James 1755. 

— Thomas 1818. 
HAWKES Henry 1576. 
HAWKINS Timothy 1700. 
HAWS Alice 1810. 

— Mary 1741. 



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MARRIAGES.— INDEX. 



HAWS Rebecca 1663. 

— Thomas 1702. 
HAWSTEAD William 1588. 
HAYWARD Barbara 1631. 

— Edmund 1593, 1611, 

1636. 

— Eustace 1561. 

— John 1621, 1625. 

— Mary 1623, 1722. 

— Sarah 1769. 

— William 1601. 

See HOWARD. 
HEARSINE Mary 1795. 
HELLIOT Jane 1725. 
HEMPSTEAD Edmund 1711. 

— Edward 1792. 

— Elizabeth 1708. 

— Mary 1791. 

— Susan 1713. 

— Thomas 1622. 

— William 1722, 1762. 
HERBERT Sarah 1825. 
HERRINGTON Elizabeth 

1749. 
HIBBLE John 1734. 
HIBGAME Edward 1774. 
HILL Eleanor 1564. 
HILTON George 1761. 

— Lucy 1792. 
HOBSON Alice 1601. 
HOCKLE John 1674. 
HOLDEN Ann 1729. 

— Elizabeth 1733. 

— John 1769, 1788. 

— Samuel 1772. 

— Sarah 1759, 1788. 

— Susan 1807. 

— Thomas 1766. 
HOLLUX Alice 1729. 
HOOD Robert 1621. 
HOWARD* Edmund 1676. 

— John 1671. 

— Lawrence 1669, 1673. 

— William 1845. 
See HAYWARD. 

HOW Ann 1776. 

— Benet 1578. 

— Harriet 1826. 

— Henry 1730. 

— James 1764. 

— Martha 1643. 

— Richard 1714. 

— Rose A. 1804. 

— Sarah 1751. 

— Susanna 1731. 



HOW Thomas 1684. 

— Thomas F. 1833. 
HOWLET Mary 1742. 
HOWTON Edmund 1807. 

— Robert 1611, 1653. 
HUDSON Ann 1683. 
HUMPHRYS Eliza 1847. 

— Mary 1789. 
HUNGERSON Barbara 1608. 
HUNT Bartholomew 1698. 
HUNY Margaret 1643. 
HUSKE Thomas 1736. 
HUSSLETON Robert 1727. 
HUTCHINSON Edward 1663. 
HYDON Marian 1559. 
INDOW John 1696. 
INGOLD See ENGOLL. 
IVES Ann 1718. 
JACKSON Charles 1775. 

— John 1680. 

— Mary 1737. 

— Priscilla 1729. 

— Thomas 1712. 
JACOB Robert 1735. 
JAGGARD Ann 1696. 

— Thomas 1673. 
JAMES Margaret 1587. 
JARVIS Katharine 1678. 

— Robert 1684. 

— Susan 1686. 
JEFFES Thomas 1731. 
JEFFRAIE Lawrence 1574. 
JELLY Joan 1579. 
JERMYN Hester 1571. 

— Margaret 1569. 

— Susanna 1747. 
JEWERS Ann 1693. 
JOHNSON Benjamin 1664. 

— Robert 1836. 
KEDINGTON Abraham 1727. 

— Ann 1735. 
KEEBLE Joan 1620. 
KEMP Elizabeth 1840. 

— Robert 1839. 

— Susan 1826. 
KEMPSTER Thomas 1795. 
KENDAL Robert 1729. 
KENT Edmund 1559. 
KERINGTON Bridget 1635. 
KERRIDGE Stephen 1724. 
KING Ann 1749 

— Elizabeth 1627, 1695. 

— Frances 1607. 

— John 1739, 1788. 

— Margaret 1665. 



KING Mary 1807, 1829. 

— Mary Ann 1849. 

— Michael 1778. 

— Philip 1818. 

— Robert 1745. 

— Sarah 1818. 

— Susan 1647. 

— Thomas 1615, 1703, 

1814. 

— William 1665, 1802, 

1823. 
LAIT Elizabeth 1768, 1780. 

— William 1710, 1783. 
LAMBERT James 1843. 

— Louisa 1841. 
LANGHAM Frances 1700. 

— Hugh 1593. 

— John 1795. 

— Maria 1822. 

— Sarah 1825. 
LANGLEY John 1609. 
LANSETER Mary 1697. 
LARNER John 1620. 
LAST George 1781. 

— Henry 1841. 

— James 1795. 

— John 1729. 

— Margaret 1729. 

— Mary 1786. 

— Mary Ann 1828, 1842. 

— Simon 1817, 1849. 

— Thomas 1821. 

— William 1795, 1815, 

1841, 1847. 
LAW Francis 1727. 
LAWRANCE Robert 1826. 
LEACH Ann 1604. 

— Mary 1797, 1833. 
LEADER Mary 1766. 

— Stephen 1741. 
LEAVER Thomas 1587. 
LEEKS Mary Ann 1843. 
LEONARD Thomas 1817. 
LEVITT John 1731. 

— Louisa 1850. 
LEWIS Jarman 1835. 
LIAS Mary 1728. 

— William 1718. 
LIDDYMAN Roger 1733. 
LILLY Alice 1606. 

— Barnaby 1591. 

— Benjamin 1638. 

— Dorothy 1563. 

— Elizabeth 1576, 

— Hannah 1823. 



♦These are all (except William) really Haywards. 
writes Howard. 



The keeper of the Registers from about 1670 to 1680 always 



MARRIAGES.— INDEX. 



381 



LILLY John 1563. 

— Margaret 1581. 

— Mary 1705, 1720, 1818. 

— Rose 1600. 

— Sarah 1834. 

— Susan 1613, 1763. 

— William 1791. 
LINSTED John 1696. 
LISSET Elizabeth 1738. 
LLOYD William 1817. 
LODGE Mary 1603. 
LOFTS Joseph 1807. 
LONG Josias 1617. 
LUCAS Elizabeth 1575. 

— Joan 1572. 
LUMLY Isaac 1727. 
LUMPKIN John 1598. 
LYDLE George 1849. 
LYES Robert 1812. 
LYNG Ann 1802. 

— Caroline 1830. 

— Elizabeth 1730. 

— Frances 1816. 

— James 1782. 

— Jane 1739. 

— Martha 1819. 

— Mary 1694, 1817. 

— Sarah 1807. 

— Susan 1797. 

— Thomas 1675. 

— Widow 1716. 

— William 1607. 
LYSTER Thomas 1758. 
LYVERMORE Samuel 1610. 
MACROW Thomas 1661. 
MAHEW Alice 1573. 

— Ann 1586, 1836. 

— Bridget 1620. 

— Elizabeth 1765. 

— Henry 1585, 1608, 1613, 

1631, 1641. 

— James 1587. 

— Joan 1561. 

— John 1568. 

— Mary 1641. 

— Rose 1598. 
MAIDWELL Orbell 1847. 
MAINARD Thomas 1626. 
MAKUP William 1838. 
MALLING Thomas 1574. 
MALTON Job 1762. 
MANNING Bridget 1626. 

— Eden 1577. 

— Elizabeth 1673. 

— Emme 1593. 

— Frances 1617. 

— Leah 1684. 



MANNING Peter 1638. 

— Prudence 1716. 

— Robert 1617, 1620. 

— Thomas 1823. 
MARRAM Grace 1610. 
MARSHAL James 1752. 

— John 1781, 1789. 

— Jonathan 1810. 

— Mary 1777. 
MARTIN Ann 1577. 

— Emme 1568. 

— Mary 1642. 
MASON Ann 1818. 

— Jonathan 1681. 
MAY Thomas 1616. 
MAYES John 1702. 
MAYO See MAHEW. 
MAYPOOLE Elizabeth 1714. 

— Sarah 1713. 
MEADOWS Philip 1826. 
MEEKING William 1821. 
MELLER ; Alice 1576, 1667. 
MILLER S Benjamin 1731. 

— Elizabeth 1664. 

— Mary 1818. 

— Sarah 1818. 

— William 1629, 1753, 

1761, 1781. 
MIDDLEDITCH Margaret 

1718. 
~ Sophia 1814. 
MILBIE Thomas 1608. 
MILESON Agatha 1621. 
MIRRELS James 1749. 
MIZEN John 1826. 

— Joseph 1827. 

— Samuel 1795, 1825. 
MOLTEN Ann 1795. 
MOODY Robert 1569. 
MOORE Ann 1629. 

— Elizabeth 1568. 

— Joan 1603. 

— John 1613. 

— xMary 1778. 
MORTLEMENS Frances 

1639. 
MORTLOCK Ann 1736. 

— Charles 1850. 

— Elizabeth 1681. 

— Lewis 1735. 

— Mary 1715, 1739. 
MOSS Jeremy 1713. 

— John 1828. 

— Mary 1733. 
MOYSE Harriet 1807. 

— Sarah 1804. 

— William 1817. 



MOWER John 1814. 
MUDD John 1630. 
MULLEY Grace 1559. 
MUNSON Elizabeth 1620. 
MURTON Thomas 1742, 1745. 
MUSK George 1822. 

— Mary 1819. 

— Stephen 1828. 

— William 1850. 
NASH Hannah 1735. 
NAYLOR Charlotte 1S33. 
NEALE Margaret 1563. 
NEGUS Joseph 1741. 
NELSON Jane 1822. 
NEWBERY William 1633. 
NEWGATE Agnes 1601. 

— Ann 1617. 

— Elizabeth 1559. 

— Robert 1586. 

— Rose 1578. 
NEWMAN Ann 1702. 

— Thomas 1803. 
NEWPORT Austin 1562. 

— William 1694. 
NICHOLLS Constance 1668. 

— John 1703. 
NICOLSON Katharine 1563. 
NOBLE Elizabeth 1742. 
NOEL Alice 1736. 
NORMAN John 1667. 

— Mary Ann 1821. 

— Rebecca 1815. 

— Robert 1753. 

— William 1795. 
NORTON George 1577. 

— James 1784. 
NOTTE Dennis 1575. 
NUNN Ann 1848. 

— Eliza 1838. 

— Elizabeth 1810. 

— John 1714, 1753. 

— Mary Ann 1844. 

— Thomas 1675. 

— William 1841. 
OATLY 1 James 1772. 
OTLEY / John 1720, 1733. 
ORBELL Ambrose 1680. 

— Thomas 1774. 
ORRIDGE Mary 1798. 

— Thomas 1767, 1768, 

1776, 1846. 

— William 1804. 
ORRISS Hannah 1846. 
OSBORNE John 1807. 

— Robert 1843. 
OSTLER William 1564. 
OTTEWELL Elizabeth 1765. 



382 



MARRIAGES.— INDEX. 



OTTEWELL Sarah 1762. 
OWERS Elizabeth 1714. 
PAGE Bridget 1615. 

— John 1578. 

— Margaret 1596, 1738. 

— Mary 1741. 

— Rose 1607. 

— William 1571. 
PAICFOOTE Joan 1586. 
PALFREY Joseph 1776. 

— Mary 1805. 
PALMER John 1846. 

— William 1818, 1831. 
PAMAN John 1598, 1705. 
PANS Widow 1711. 
PARCE Martha 1696. 
PARIS Eudalia 1635. 
PARKER Alice 1625. 

— Edward 1692, 1704. 

— Elizabeth 1687. 

— Margaret 1718. 

— Martha 1735. 

— Rebecca 1689. 

— Robert 1726. 

— Thomas 1643, 1683. 
PARMAN Love 1569. 

— Priscilla 1638. 
PARTRIDGE Sarah 1845. 
PASK Daniel 1797. 

— Marial 1719. 

— Mary Ann 1849. 
PATRICK Richard 1676. 
PATTEN William 1799. 
PATTLE Elizabeth 1758. 

— Robert 1697. 
PAUSEY Elizabeth 1786. 

— John 1737. 
PAYNE Abraham 1793. 

— Edward 1568, 1602, 

1616, 1634. 

— Elizabeth 1829. 

— Mary 1783. 

— Robert 1712. 

— Susan 1617, 1707. 

— William 1840. 
PEACH I Elizabeth 1764. 
PETCH j Robert 1835. 
PEAK Isaac 1678. 
PEAR William 1744. 
PEARSON Frances 1627. 

— Mary Ann 1829. 

— Miriam liS31. 

— Pooley 1818. 

— William 1778. 
PENTNEY Ann 1680. 

— John 1662. 

— Thomas 1804. 



PEPES Richard 1638. 
PEPPEN Mary 1793. 
PERKINS John 1615. 

— Lawrence 1668. 
PERN Andrew 1774. 
PERRIE Margaret 1587, 1588. 

— Robert 1586. 
PETTIT Mary 1817. 
PETTIVER Elizabeth 1737. 
PILGRIM Thomas 1596. 
PILLANS William 1823. 
PITCHES John 1703. 
PITT Thomas 1705. 
PLAIL John 1718. 
PLAMPIN Robert 1734. 
PLEASANCE James 164S, 

— Margaret 1579. 

— Susan 1712. 

— Thomas 1725. 
PLUMB Elizabeth 1838. 

— William 1762. 
PLUMMER Margaret 1559. 
PLYMPTON John 1718. 
POCHER John 1633. 
POLLARD William 1831. 
POLLY Sarah 1755. 

— William 1749, 1774. 
POND Susan 1761. 
POTTER Ann 1668, 1730. 

— Elizabeth 1731. 

— Faith 1665. 

— Grace 1610. 

— Robert 1575. 
PRATT George 1850. 

— Thomas 1827. 
PRELL Thomas 1673. 
PRICK ) Alice 1778. 
PRYKE i Benjamin 1817. 

— Elizabeth 1784. 

— Joseph 1793. 

— Lucy 1817. 

— Mary 1829. 

— Samuel 1716. 

— Thomas 1823. 
PRIGG William 1674. 
PRIOR Wilham 1633. 
PUNG Avis 1720. 

— Sarah 1703, 1711. 
PURCHIS Susan 1753. 
PURKES Joan 1575. 
RACE Isaac 1807, 1830. 

— Jonathan 1846. 

— Susan 1849. 
RAMPLIN Isaac 1845. 

— James 1810. 

— Lucy 1834. 

— Susan 1803. 



RAMSEY Emily 1840. 
RANNER John 1783. 
RANSOM Elizabeth 1705. 

— Sarah M. 1766. 
RAWLINSON James 1766. 
RAY Elizabeth 1729. 

— John 1729. 

— Susan 1847. 
RAYNER Kezia 1823. 
REAVE Ann 1560. 

— Catharine 1788. 

— Elizabeth 1712. 

— Widow 1693. 
REDGEN \ Elizabeth 1675. 
RIDGEON j John 1707. 

— Susan 1845. 
REED Dorothy 1792. 
REEMAN John 1807. 
REVEL Alice 1575. 

— William 1596. 
REYNOLDS James 1787. 

— John 1798. 
RICHARDSON Ann 1802. 

— Emma 1846. 

— George 1849. 

— Sarah 1792. 

— Thomas 1758. 

— William 1792. 
RICKWOOD Elizabeth 1801. 
RIDNALL Ann 1816. 

— Sarah 1839. 
ROBINSON Ann 1702. 

— Frances 1683. 
ROCKEL John 1763. 
ROGERS George 1768. 

— Thomas 1588. 
ROLF Edward 1741. 

— John 1704, 1824. 
ROOKS Abraham 1807. 

— Robert 1837. 
ROOSE Mary 1697. 
ROOT Daniel 1702. 

— Elizabeth 1839, 1846. 

— George 1791. 

— Giles 1564. 

— Hannah 1850. 

— Harriet 1847. 

— Mary Ann 1849. 

— Sarah 1840. 

— Susan 1846. 

— William 1814. 
ROSE Edward 1593. 

— Frances Kill. 

— George 1829. 
ROULESON George 1631. 
ROW Jonas 1798. 

— Rachel 1825. 



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383 



ROW Samuel 1843. 
ROWLAND John 1579. 
RUDLAND Henry 1817. 
RUGGLE William 1623. 
RUMBELOW Margaret 1641. 
RUSHBROOK J .^^ ,„,,„ 
RISBROOK C ^"" if2, 
RASBROOK > ^'^^• 

— Charles 1763. 

— Charlotte 1839. 

— Christopher 1764, 1768, 

— Henry 1832. 

— Louis 1815. 

— Rebecca 1841. 

— Sarah 1763, 1829. 

— Susan 1775. 

— William 1797. 
RUTTER Harriet 1834. 

— William 1809. 
SALE \ Ambrose 1790. 
SEAL ) Simon 1786. 

— William 1792. 
SALISBURY Ann 1820. 

— James 1804. 

— Thomas 1718. 
SANDES John 1596. 
SANDERSON Robert 1577. 
SAUNDERS Esther 1816. 

— Mary 1840. 

— Person 1749. 

-- Thomasyn 1572. 
SAWBIN Mary 1724. 
SAWIER William 1583. 
SAYER William 1621. 
SAYWELL Luke 1602. 
SCARFE Ann 1772. 

— Mary L. 1783. 

— Susanna 1782, 1793, 

1795. 

— Thomas 1776. 
SCARLIN James 1774. 
SCOT Elizabeth 1741. 

— Robert 157i;. 

— Thomas 1605. 

— William 1766. 
SEAMAN Charles 1783. 
SEATON Thomas 1713. 
SEBER Jone 1638. 
SEBROOKE Francis 1654. 
SEELEY Mary Ann 1826. 
SERE Barbara 1625. 
SERGEANT Frances 1696. 

— Hannah 1729. 

— John 1729. 

— Susanna 1676. 

— Thomas 1668. 
SEWEL Barbara 1588. 



SEXTON John 1850. 
SHARP Ann 1673. 

— Elizabeth 1795. 
- Isabella 1696. 

— Millicent 1618. 

— Robert 1647. 

— Sarah 1806, 1828. 

— Susanna 1704. 

— William 1697. 
SHAVE Charlotte 1843. 
SHAW Elizabeth 1740. 
SHIP George 1707. 

— Stephen 1737. 
SHORT Margaret 1596. 
SIDERREY Rose 1781. 
SIER John 1816. 
SILLET Bridget 1628. 

— Henry 1631. 

— James 1580. 

— Joan 1605. 

— Margaret 1566. 

— Mary 1580, 1606. 

— Richard 1602. 
SIMPKIN Octavus 1849. 

— William 1849. 
SMITH ) Alice 1698. 
SMYTH S Ann 1798. 

— Ann E. 1839. 

— Charles 1846. 

— David 1822. 

— Elizabeth 1784, 1786. 

— George 1662. 

— Grace 1707, 1742. 

— Hannah 1737. 

— Harriet 1837. 

— Henry J. A. 1849. 

— John 1641, 1643, 1667, 

1759, 1829 (2). 

— Mary 1701, 1718, 1774. 

— Phoebe 1782. 

— Richard 1588, 1753. 

— Robert 1720. 

— Samuel 1685. 

— Sarah 1745, 1829. 

— Susan 1623, 1774. 

— Thomas 1712,1743,1836 

— William 1804. 
SNELLING Grace 1593. 
SORRELL Henry 1688. 
SOUTH Margaret 1600. 

— Prudence 1607. 

— Ralph 1569. 
SOUTHGATE Ann 1776. 
SOWTER Philip 1598. 
SPALDING Ann 1804. 

— Elizabeth 1583. 

— James 1707, 1723. 



SPALDING John 1820. 

— Mary 1803. 

— Mary Ann 1841. 

— William 1838. 
SPARK Dorothea 1765. 

— Elizabeth 1625, 1633. 

— Henry 1637. 

— John 1625, 1628. 

— Mary 1804. 

— Sarah 1811. 
SPARROW Ann 1749. 

— Elizabeth 1764, 1812. 

— John 1697, 1719. 

— Mary 1754, 1776. 

— Mr. 1711. 

— Oliver 1748. 

— Richard 1786. 

— Stephen 1735. 

— Susan 1753. 
SPEDDING Elizabeth 1727. 
SPENCER Hugh 1722. 

— Isabella 1764. 

— Mary 1612. 
SPICER Elizabeth 1744. 

— John 1714. 
SPINK Humphry 1610. 

— John 1564. 

— Louisa 1826. 

— Robert 1601, 1619. 

— Thomas 1565. 

— William 1665. 
SPURLING Thomas 1662. 
STALLING Susan 1618. 
STANTON Alice 1574. 

— Jane 1569. 
STARLING Joan 1584. 
STEBBING Lawrence 1627. 
STEED Abraham 1795, 1820. 

— Sarah 1817. 
STEEL Mary 1735. 

— Mary Ann 1846. 

— Thomas 1723. 

— William 1822. 
STEGGLE Alice 1620. 

— Elizabeth 1620. 

— George 1606. 
STEKEL Ann 1570. 
STENNE Francis 1578. 
STERLING Charles 1827. 
STERN John 1779. 
STEVENS Katharine 1568. 
STEVENSON Adam 1584. 

— Thomas 1620. 
STEWARD Margaret 1641, 

1643 

— Mary 1802. 

— Robert 1625. 



384 



MARRIAGES.— INDEX. 



STOCK Mercy 1605. 
STOCKEN John 1688. 
STOKES Margaret 1579. 
STURGEON Ann 1827. 

— Philip 1627. 
STURTON Mary 1769. 
SUBTLE Robert 1787. 
SWAN John 1739, 1751. 
SWIFT Alice 1586. 
SYDEY Ann 1714. 

— Sarah 1734. 
SYMONDES Tomazin 1602. 
TALBOT Elizabeth 1718. 

— Pnscilla 1664. 

— Robert 1690. 

— Thomas 1613, 1638. 
TAYLOR Henry 1824. 

— John 1641, 1643. 

— Theophila 1785. 

— William 1588, 1613. 
TEBBET Mary 1637. 
TEGON Robert 1765. 
TEWERSON Nicholas 1570. 
THREDDAR Abigail 1620. 

— Mary 1600. 
THURGOOD Sarah 1816. 
THURSTON Thomas 1580 
TILLOT Elizabeth 1663. 
TITMOUSE John 1627. 
TOMSON Eliza B. 1849. 

— Francis 1609. 

— Robert 1830. 
TOPING Elizabeth 1647. 
TOWLER Gilbert 1616. 

— Holofernes 1590. 

— Mary 1664. 
TRAICE Henry 1777. 
TRICKER John 1806. 

— Sarah 1831. 
TROWLE Thomas 1617. 
TRUMBLE Ann 1643. 

— Isaac 1603. 
TUCK William G. 1839. 
TURNER Ann 1608. 

— Dorothy 1621. 

— Henry 1621. 

— Jacob 1714. 

— John 1559. 

— Mary 1574, 1587. 

— Thomas 1660. 
TWEED Elizabeth 1805. 

— Harriet 1835. 

— John 1753. 

— Nancy 1837. 

— Thomas 1792. 



TWITE Mary 1703. 
TYLER Elizabeth 1611. 

— Susan 1602. 
UNDERWOOD Elizabeth 

1755. 

— Joseph 1761. 
VARDIE William 1608. 
VARER ) Lucy 1837. 
VARO [ Mary 1819. 
VINCENT James 1834. 
WADE Judith 1616. 

— Thomas 1839. 
WALKER Mary 1806. 
WALLAKER James 1818. 
WALLER Sarah 1781. 
WALLIS John 1605. 
WARD Charles 1784. 

— Mary 1601, 1723. 

— Rose 1626. 
WARNER Thomas 1609. 
WARREN James 1807. 

— John 1775, 1793. 
WATERS William 1612. 
WATSON George 1773. 
WATTS Frances 1634. 
WEB Ann 1598. 

— Elizabeth 1705. 

— Isabella 1846. 

— James 1806. 

— Martha 1756. 

— Robert 1838. 
WELLAM Alice 1571, 1601. 

— Elizabeth 1591. 

— Henry 1605. 

— John 1559, 1683. 

— Margaret 1564, 1576, 

1585. 

— Thomas 1573, 1579. 

— William 1559. 
WELLES Amy 1608. 

— Sarah 1835. 

— Thomas 1844. 
WENT Ann 1761. 
WETHERBIE Tomazin 1574. 
WESTROP John 1782. 
WHEELER William 1830. 
WHISTLY Mary 1753. 
WHITE Anthony 1572. 

— Katharine 1751. 

— Robert 1693. 
WHITING Ann 1763. 
WHYMARK John 1778. 
WIFFEN EUzabeth 1665. 

— Thomas 1617, 1665, 1687. 

— William 1619, 1646. 



WIGNOL Elizabeth 1584. 
WIGSON Elizabeth M. 1845. 
WILDING Mary 1762. 
WILKIN Samuel 1825. 
WILLINGHAM Alice 1776, 
1804. 

— Delariviere 1787. 

— Edmund 1752, 1774, 

1780. 

— Edward 1808. 

— Elizabeth 1703, 1836. 

— Isaac 1823. 

— Lydia 1717. 

— Mary 1783, 1804. 

— Mary Ann 1838, 1841. 

— Sarah 1807. 

— William 1780, 1816. 
WIMPLE Ann 1623. 
WINCH Elizabeth 1839. 

— Mary 1824. 

— Robert 1798. 

— Susanna 1846. 
WINCOL Bridget 1588. 

— Mary 1638. 
WING John 1828. 
WINTER Josias 1620. 

— Sarah 1824. 
WISEMAN Hannah 1729. 

— John 1696. 

— Mary 1745. 

— Susan 1712. 
WOLLAGE Sarah 1752. 
WOOD Daniel 1783. 
WOODCOCK James 1723. 
WOODRUFF John 1736. 
WORLDLIE Alice 1593. 
WRATHAM James 1803. 
WRETTAM John 1571. 
WRIGHT Elizabeth 1675. 

— James 1639. 

— John 1688, 1763, 1841. 

— Josias 1653. 

— Margaret 1610. 

— Robert E. 1840. 

— Sophia 1820. 

— William 1823. 
WYARD Elizabeth 1643, 1680. 

— Henry 1628. 

— Hester 1653. 

— James 1621. 

— Margaret 1679. 

— Mary Ann 1841. 

— Rachel 1704. 
YONGE Edmund 1606. 

— John 1581. 



BURIALS.— INDEX. 



385 



INDEX No. 6.-BURIALS. 



ABBOT Martha 1754. 
ABLET Sarah 1760. 
ADAMS Alice 1707, 1709. 

— Ann 1784, 1S34. 

— Elizabeth 1647. 

— Francis 1640. 

— Grace 1642. 

— Hannah 1827, 

— Henry 1776. 

— John 1706, 1802. 

— Lettice 1638. 

— Lilly 1847. 

— Martha 1768. 

— Paul 1718. 

— Ralph 1702, 1729. 

— Richard 1829. 

— Robert 1644. 

— Sophia 1847. 

— Widow 1705. 

— William 1681, 1710, 

1719, 1780. 

— ■ — - 1714. 

ADAMS alias EVERED 

Alfred 1846. 
ADAMSON Elizabeth 1683. 

— John 1681. 

— Mary 1716. 

— Timothy 1676, 1716. 
ADKIN Abigail 1675. 

— Ann 1818. 

— Elizabeth 1816, 1819. 

— John 1831, 1835. 

— Margaret 1683. 

— Mary 1829. 

— Nathaniel 1820. 

— Thomas 1822. 

— William S. 1818. 
AIMUND John 1684. 
ALDERTON Alice 1694. 

— Mrs. 1694. 

— William 1694. 

— 1689. 

ALLEN John 1625. 

— Katherine 1568. 

— Susan 1764. 

— Thomas 1764. 
ALVES) Ann 1791. 
AVIS I Elizabeth 1807. 

— George 1787, 1795. 

— Grace 1748. 

— Hannah 1848. 

— Mary 1751, 1779. 

— Mathevv 1745. 



ALVES 1 Rebecca 1784. 
AVIS [Samuel 1816. 

— Sarah 1821. 

— William 1785, 1786. 
AMBROSE Elizabeth 1781, 

1820. 

— Susan 1848. 

— William 1819, 1824. 
AMENT Mary 1680. 
AMNER William 1611. 
ARNESBY See ERNESBY. 
ARNOLD Elizabeth 1677. 

— John 1677. 

— Margaret 1727. 
ASHLEY Martha 1780. 
ASHMAN Jeremiah 1777. 
ASTEN John 1574. 
ATKIN See ADKIN. 
ATTLESY William 1754. 
AUSTIN Nicholas 1564. 

— Rose 1558. 
AVIS See ALVES. 
BAILEY Ann 1621. 

— Frances 1634, 1639. 

— William 1610, 1641. 
BAKER Elizabeth 1817. 

— Joseph 1832. 

— Mary 1844. 
BANNOCK Widow 1667. 

— William 1791. 
BANNON John 1841. 
BANNYARD Thomas 1574. 
BARDWELL Edward 1564. 
BARKER Stephen 1750. 
BARRELL Sarah 1806. 
BARRET Agnes 1583. 

— Elizabeth 1581. 

— Mary 1570. 

— William 1589. 
BARTEL Isaac 1708. 
BARTON Ann 1727. 

— John 1774. 

— Stephen 1774. 
BARUN f Joan 1579. 
BARROM S Margaret 1590. 

— William 1608. 
BARWICK John 1836. 

— John M. 1826. 
BASS Elizabeth 1743. 

— Thomas 1707. 

— Widow 1707. 
BATTELY John 1715. 
BEALES Ann 1726. 



BEALES C. C. 1804. 

— John 1799. 
BEDELL Grace 1624. 
BEDDLE John 1766. 

— Martha 1811. 

— Thomas 1793. 
BELLERMAN \ Elizabeth 
BILLEMAN ( 1780,1787. 

— John 1791. 

— William 1784. 
BENNET Elizabeth 1618. 
BENSTED Alice 1730. 

— John l(i99. 
BETTS Henry 1673. 

— Joseph 1746. 
BIDWELL Susanna 1837. 

— Woodward 1826. 
BIGSBY Elizabeth 1795. 
BIGWORTH Frances 1749. 

— Susanna 1741. 
BIRD Sarah 1796. 

— Thomas 1766. 

— William 1565. 
BLACKMAN Thomas 1559. 
BLAGGE Edmund 1630. 

— George 1631. 

— Harry 1611. 

— Hester 1589. 

— Humphry 1624. 

— Margaret 1720. 

— Martha 1624. 

— Thomas 1580. 
BLAND James 1663. 
BLEMEL Ann 1661. 
BLOIS Sarah 1830. 
BLUNDELL Edward B. 1805. 
BOOLBROOK Alice 1769. 

— Benjamin 1802. 

— Edward 1615. 

— Henry 17S4. 

— Mary 1769. 

— Susan 1798. 
BOOTY Elizabeth 1663. 

— Robert 1674. 

— Widow 1684. 
BOREHAM Ann 1845. 

— Charles 1844. 

— Emily 1843. 

— Esther 1785. 

— George 1846, 1849. 

— Harriet 1845. 

— James 1844. 

— Louisa 1845. 



386 



BURIALS.— INDEX. 



BOREHAM Sophia 1835, 
1847. 

— Walter 1846, 1848. 
BOWERS Ann 1849. 

— Henry 1850. 
BOWES Elizabeth 1740. 

— Mary 1726. 
BOYCE Elizabeth 1762. 

— Mabel 1755. 

— Richard 17(16. 
BRAMWELL Elizabeth 1841. 
BRAY Ann 1768. 

— Charlotte 1766. 

— Elizabeth 1754, 1768. 

— John 1728, 1784, 1798. 

— Samuel 1709. 

— Sarah 1714, 1776. 

— Susan 1779. 

— Thomas 1776. 

— Widow 1715. 

— William 1783. 
BREATI Alice 1583. 
BRETT J" Ann 1607. 

— John 1565. 

— Katharine 1618. 

— Robert 1618. 

— Thomas 1628. 

— Tomazin 1602, 1626. 
BREWSTER Ann 1638. 

— Elizabeth 1819. 

— Hannah 1789. 

— John 1828. 

— Martha 1637. 

— Samuel 1828. 

— Sarah 1779. 
BRIGHT Agnes 1624. 
BRINKLY William 1711. 
BROOK Carolina 1739. 

— Charles 1715. 

— Elizabeth 1706. 

— John 1745. 

— Jonathan 1775. 

— Mary 1711. 

— Robert 1733, 1780. 

— Stephen 1798. 

— Suzan 1713. 

— William 1770. 
BROWN Ann 1811, 1834. 

— Charles 1781, 1843. 

— Elizabeth 1848, 1849. 

— George 1839. 

— James 1802. 

— Jane 1776. 

— John 1737, 1795, 1823, 

1837. 

— Martha 1813. 

— Mary 1753, 1766. 



BROWN Mr. 1692. 

— Sarah 1782, 1788. 

— Thomas 1761. 
BUCKENHAM George 1610. 

— Isabel 1587. 

— John 1569 (2), 1595. 

— Margaret 1629. 

— Nicholas 1634. 

— Tomazin 1569. 
BULL Elizabeth 1828. 

— James 1824. 

— Mary 1776. 

— Sarah 1636, 1795. 

— William 1802. 
BULLACE Ann 1833. 

— Hannah 1805. 

— Harriet 1841, 1842. 

— James 1847. 

— Mary 1840 

— Mary Ann 1843. 

— Sarah 1839. 

— Sarah C. 1839. 

— William 1830. 
BULLEN I Alice 1566. 
BULLY I Stephen 1581. 
BUNTING Ann 1755. 

— Elizabeth 1753. 

— Joseph 1696, 1700, 1712. 

— Joshua 1757. 

— John 1787. 

— Mary 1716. 1727. 

— Thomas 1706. 

— William 1714, 1764. 

— William M. 1780. 
BURCHENAL Agnes 1594. 
BURROUGHS Mary 1820. 
BUTCHER Elizabeth 1812. 

— Jemima 1795. 

— Richard 1791. 
BUTLER Judith 1614. 
BYATT John 1733. 
BYFORD Ann 1843. 

— Frances 1785. 

— James 1797. 

— Margaret A. 1841. 

— Thomas 1816. 

— William 1783. 
CADGE Margaret 1784. 

— Mary 1768. 
CADMAN Goodman 1693. 

— Mary 1660. 
CADNEY / Elizabeth 1687. 
CHADNEY ^ George 1709. 

— Grace 1745. 
CALLOW Bridget 1803. 
CARLILE Robert 1620. 
CARLY Robert 1767. 



CARVER Robert 1568. 
CASE Margerie 1565. 
CATCHPOLE Elizabeth 1825. 

— Sarah 1839. 
CATER Ann 1786, 1842. 

— Elizabeth 1745, 1793, 

1805. 

— Francis 1763. 

— George 1826. 

— Henry 1764, 1825, 1826. 

— James 1760, 1826. 

— John 1752. 

— Joseph 1762. 

— Martha 1813. 

— Mary 1753, 1763, 1768, 

1829. 

— Sarah 1792. 

— Thomas 1675, 1798, 

1802, 1825. 

— Widow 1683. 

— William 1667, 1681, 

1790, 1842. 
CAWSTON James 1783. 

— Mary 1791. 
CHALLICE Sarah 1774. 

— William 1772. 
CHAPMAN Margaret 1816. 

— Lucy 1630. 

— Thomas 1588. 
CHERRY Henry C. 1824. 
CHESTER John 1626. 
CHINERY Thomas 1635, 

1668, 1684, 1702,1706, 
1714. 

— Widow 1671, 1724. 
CHURCH Abigail 1622. 

— Alice 1636. 

— John 1626. 

— Rose 1620 
CLARK Daniel 1681, 1829. 

— Hannah 1745. 

— John 1691, 1714. 

— Jonathan 1701. 

— Richard 1747. 

— Susan 1695. 

— Thomas 1633. 

— Widow 1660, 1716. 

— William 1640. 
COAST Anthony 1679. 
COBHAM Elizabeth 1742. 
COCK Agnes 1592. 

— Emma 1614. 
COCKERILL Deborah 1834. 

— Maria 1838. 

— Thamar 1838. 

1 UQg 

COCKSEDGE Mary 1774. 



BURIALS.— INDEX, 



387 



COE Charles 1819. 

— Elizabeth 1831. 

— Mary 1817, 1850. 

— Susan 1820, 1827. 
COLE Ann 1800. 

— Elizabeth 1759, 1779. 

— Jane 1753. 

— John 1768. 

— William 1794. 
COLLINS Sarah A. 1835. 
COOK Ann 1830. 

— David 1821. 

— Elizabeth 1581, 1760, 

1764. 

— George 1802. 

— Jane 1741. 

— John 1579, 1653. 

— Margaret 1653. 

— Mary 1561, 1741. 

— Richard 1660. 

— Robert 1667, 1761, 1839. 

— Sarah 1737. 

— Stephen 1731. 
COOPER Ann 1625, 1772, 

1782, 1839, 1844. 

— Charles 1846. 

— Elizabeth 1622, 1632. 

— Francis 1748. 

— Frederick 1847. 

— Hannah 1845. 

— John 1638, 1681, 1701, 

1703, 1784, 1796,1834. 

— Martha 1727. 

— Mary 1763, 1784, 1794. 

— Mrs. 1668. 

— Richard 1608, 1640. 

— Robert 1832. 

— Widow 1721. 

— William 1568, 1720, 

1741, 1833. 
COPPING ) Abraham 1683, 
COBBIN S 1799. 

— Ann 1674. 
COPSY Ann 1823. 

— Elizabeth 1824. 

— Hannah 1841. 

— James 1802. 

— Mary Ann 1822. 

— Robert 1781. 

— Thomas 1840. 
CORDER Agnes 1591. 
CORNISH William 1625. 
CORNWALL; .^„ ,„f.„ 
CORNHILL [Ann 1702. 

— Elizabeth 1707, 1753. 

— Humphry 1705. 

— Priscilla 1771 (2). 



CORNWALL ( Thomas 1695, 
CORNHILL I 1766. 

COTTON Elizabeth 1634. 
COVELL Alice 1691. 

— Bridget 1621. 

— John 1694. 

— Judith 1707. 

— Mrs. 1692. 

— Richard 1668, 1691. 

— Susan 1695. 

— Thomas 1625,1693,1715. 

— William 1625,1661,1673, 

1689, 1707. 
COZENS Elizabeth 1716, 
1742. 

— Henry 1681, 1726, 1727. 

— Mary 1692, 1721, 1754. 

— Suzan 1766. 

— Thomas 1718. 

— Widow 1704. 

— William 1692. 
CRACK Edward 1840. 

— George 1835, 1841. 

— John 1728, 1770, 1799. 

— Katherine 1727. 

— Mary 1799. 

— Mary Ann 1835, 1840. 

— Michael 1833. 

— Sarah 1801, 1818. 

— Thomas 1725,1770,1771. 
CRICK Bridget 1609. 

— James 1593. 

— Sarah 1804. 

— Stephen 1816. 
CROOKS Henry 1843. 
CROW John 1677. 
CROWCH Goodman 1693. 
CUTMARE Martha 1612. 
CUTTERIS Ann 1616. 

— Elizabeth 1639. 
DAINES Mary 1787. 
DANIEL Elizabeth 1732. 

— Suzan 1733. 
DAVERS Isabella 1743. 

— Mary 1732, 1735, 1738. 
DEACON Robert 1839. 
DEAN Amy 1826. 
DEARSON Agnes 1593. 

— Grace 1615. 

— Henry 1673. 

— Richard 1600, 1623. 

— Thomas 1582. 

— William 1597. 
DEATH Ann 1824. 

— Catherine 1836. 

— Esther 1838. 

— John 1830. 



DEATH Mary 1816. 

— Richard 1769. 

— Thomas 1804. 

— WiUiam 17S9 
DEEKS William 1758. 
DIZING John 1626. 
DOUBLE Ann 1825 

— Charles 1844. 

— Eliza 1826. 

— Elizabeth 1850. 

— George 1825. 

— Hannah 1843. 

— John 1800, 1843. 

— Mary Ann 1806, 1848. 

— William 1830, 1841. 

— William S. 1780. 
DRAKELON Elizabeth 1565. 

— Joan 1601. 

— Thomas 1593. 
DREW Alice 1790. 

— Edward 1774, 1812. 

— Francis 1773. 

— Robert 1816. 

— William 1773. 
DURRANT Daniel 1826. 

— Ezekiel 1836, 1837. 

— James 1826 

— Jane 1835. 

— John 1768. 

— Mary 1768. 
EADE Harriet 1829. 

— Jane 1829. 
EBBENS Robert 1830. 
EDGELY Rebecca 1708. 

— Richard 1692. 

— Sarah 1691. 
EDHOUSE I John 1570, 1622. 
EDOWES I Margaret 1626. 

— Susan 1775. 
EDMONDES Barbara 1567. 

— Margaret 1569. 
EDWARDS Catharine O. 

1846. 

— Eliza 1836. 

— John 1759, 1844. . 

— Martin 1849. 

— Mary 1845. 

— Mary Ann 1836. 

— William 1833. 
ELLIS Daniel 1825. 

— Elizabeth 1795, 1799, 

1825 

— Herrington 1729. 

— James 1845, 1849. 

— Mary 1757, 1799. 
ELMER Joseph 1730. 
ELMES Thomas 1708. 



388 



BURIALS.— INDEX. 



ELMES Widow 1671. 
ELSDEN Abraham 1827. 

— Caroline 1849. 

— Elizabeth 1749, 1751, 

1768 (2). 

— Hannah 1794. 

— Isabella 1702. 

— Jane 1756, 1770. 

— Martha 1783. 

— Mary 1820. 

— Richard 1699, 1751, 

1756, 1759, 1764. 

— Thomas 1744, 1749, 

1785, 1795. 

— William 1770. 
ELY Edward 1741. 

— 1767. 

EMERSON Ambrose 1778. 
EMMET Wilham 1728. 
EMMYNS Agnes 1606. 

— Alice 1600. 

— John 1610. 
ENGLISH Elizabeth 1640. 
ENGOLL 1 John 1627. 
INGOLD i Mary 1619. 

— Widow 1662. 
ERNESBY John 1697. 
ESTLING Ann 1711. 
EVERET I Frederick 1850. 
EVERARD S Henry 1826. 

— James 1831. 

— Suzan 1820. 

— Thomas 1846. 

— William 1766. 
EVERED alias ADAMS 

Alfred 1846. 
EVERALL William 1783. 
EWEN ) 
EWING JAnn 1674, 1763. 

— Elizabeth 1666, 1675. 

— Frances 1640, 1646. 

— Hannah 1721. 

— James 1677, 1679. 

— John 1675, 1703, 1717, 

1745. 

— Margaret 1723. 

— Sarah 1677. 

— Widow 1707. 

— William 1695, 1728. 
FAIRY Mary 1660. 
FARRANTS Elizabeth 1824, 

1849. 

— George 1839. 

— Joseph 1839, 1849. 

— Sarah 1841. 
FARRER Elizabeth 1693. 
FARTIER Andrew 1774. 



FINSHAM Edward 1640. 
FIRMIN Elizabeth 1747,1757. 

— John 1764. 

— Jonathan 1757. 

— Peter 1716. 
FISHEN J Agnes 1615. 
FISSON VAnn 1621, 1708. 
FISTON S Barbara 1614,1627 

— John 1583, 1587, 1658. 

— Martha 1628. 

— Widow 1666. 

— William 1574,1629, 1688. 
FITCH Robert 1727. 
FOLKES Mary 1684. 
FORD Margaret 1660. 

— Mary 1681. 

— Thomas 1679, 1683. 

— Tomazin 1606. 
FOREMAN Daniel 1707, 1728. 

— BVancis 1742. 

— James 1714. 

— Sarah 1746. 

— Stephen 1699. 
FORSTER Ann 1705. 

— Edward 1704. 

— Hester 1717. 
FRANCIS Margaret 1613. 

— Thomas 1592. 
FREETH Widow 1665. 
FRIEND George 1720. 
FRIET Margaret 1626. 

— Nicholas 1613. 
FROST Ann 1705, 1749, 1766, 

1767, 1832. 

— Edmund 1753. 

— Elizabeth 1754, 1806. 

— Frances 1686,1735, 1778 

— Francis 1711, 1729. 

— Frank 1703. 

— Giles 1756. 

— Hannah 1768, 1775. 

— Henry 1608. 

— James 1727, 1780. 

— John 1679, 1707, 1740, 

1771, 1816. 

— Joseph 1768. 

— Mary 1748, 1762, 1767, 

1770 (2), 1779, 1784, 
1802, 1819. 

— Potter 1733. 

— Robin 1809. 

— Sarah 1748, 1776, 1790, 

1796. 

— Suzan 1772. 

— Thomas 1731, 1770,1776, 

1782, 1786. 

— Widow 1697. 



FROST William 1680, 1760, 

1781, 1784, 1826. 
FULLER Elizabeth 1614. 
FYNN Jane 1575. 

— Joan 1611. 

— Margaret 1568, 1589. 

— Mary 1567. 

— Reginald 15G8. 

— William 1622. 
GALLANT Daniel 1601, 

— Joseph 1749. 
GARDINER } ^,. ,_,^ 
GARNER ! ^1*^^ 1816. 

— Elizabeth 1727, 1737. 

— Esther 1704. 

— Frances 1847. 

— Francis 1749. 

— Harriet 1844. 

— John 1682, 1732, 1798, 

1805, 1816, 1822, 1825, 

— Mrs. 1691. 

— Rebecca 1761. 

— Richard 1706, 1710. 

— Rose 1779. 

— Sarah 1760, 1805, 1837. 

— Thomas 1667, 1714, 

1746, 1771, 1773, 1829, 
1835, 1841, 1842. 

— William 1802. 
GARRET Joan 1603. 
GAULT Margaret 1764. 
GEDGE Ann 1824, 1840. 

— Martha 1625. 

— Peter 1818. 

— William 1626. 
GEE Mary 1760. 
GERALD George 1703, 

— Rose 1717, 
GIBLIN Elizabeth 1707, 
GIPPS Eedie 1613. 

— Elizabeth 1661, 

— George 1681. 

— Jane 1661. 

— John 1605, 1610, 

— Lady 1715. 

— Mrs. 1675. 

— Richard 1631, 1663, 

— Sir Richard 1681, 

— Sulyard 1680. 
GODFRY Alice 1586, 1598, 

1636. 

— Ann 1568, 1626. 

— Edward 1(142, 1704, 

— Elizabeth 1643. 

— Henry 1664, 1678. 

— John 1604, 1621, 

— Judith 1631, 



BURIALS.— INDEX. 



389 



GODFRY Margaret 1569,1589, 
1627, 1639. 

— Mary 1588, 1626, 1638, 

1695, 1731. 

— Mrs. 161)8, 1714. 

— Rebecca 1636. 

— Robert 1632. 

— Richard 1595. 

— Sarah 1632. 

— Stephen 1626. 

— Thomas 1640, 1659, 

1663. 

— Widow 1663, 1668, 1714. 

— William 1620, 1675, 

1725. 
GOLDEN \ , looT 

GOULDING } -Ja'^^s 1827. 

— Marianne 1832. 
GOLDSON John 1788, 1790, 

1831. 

— Mary 1790. 
GOLDSMITH Alice 1625. 

— Ambrose 1642. 

— Ann 1623. 

— Elizabeth 1705, 1714. 

— George 1832. 

— Henry 1638. 

— Robert 1673, 1679, 1680. 

— Sarah 1727. 

— Simon 1708. 

— Thomas 1708, 1711. 

— Widow 1694. 

— William 1684. 
GOOCH Edward 1843. 

— Harriet 1835. 

— James 1834. 

— John 1844. 

— Mary 1833. 

— Robert 1844. 

— Sarah 1841. 

— Stephen 1833. 

— Susan 1804, 1846. 
GOODAY Alice 1634. 

-^ Elizabeth 1773. 

— Joseph 1776. 
GOODCHILD Alice 1838. 

— Ann 1844. 

— Castell 1782. 

— James 1815. 

— Mary 1793, 1796, 1833, 

1840. 

— Sarah 1841. 

— Susan 1784, 1840. 

— Thomas 1729, 1845. 

— William 1805. 
GOODRICH [ Ann 1661, 
GUTTERIDGE ) 1678. 



Arthur 1827. 



GOODRICK f Eleazar 

GOODRIDGE ( 1653. 

— John 1702. 

— Judith 1674. 

— Nathaniel 1678. 

— Richard 1638. 

— Robert 1660. 

— William 1676. 
GOOSE Agnes 1610. 

— Alice 1566, 1610. 

— Jeremy 1601. 

— John 1571, 1621. 

— William 1568. 
GOSTWICK 
GOSSICK ) 

— Elizabeth 1834. 

— Jane 1837. 

— John 1827. 

— Maria 1825. 

— Mathew 1841, 1842. 

— Sarah 1831. 
GOULD Catharine M. 1832. 
GREEN Richard 1785. 

— Thomas 1810. 
GREENWOOD George 1814. 

— Hannah 1752 (2). 

— Mary 1814. 

— Robert 1776. 
GRIPING Mrs. 1653. 
GRIMWOOD Maria 1818. 
GROVE Mary 1751. 
GYLMAN Alice 1592. 

— Elizabeth 1567. 

— Jane 1581. 

— Joan 1592. 

— Robert 1558. 
HADLAND Joan 1581. 
HALLS \ Anna 1637. 
HAULE I Grace 1746. 

— Robert 1605. 

— William 1603, 1743. 
HALLUX Gabriel 1727. 
HAMMOND Elizabeth 1761. 

— John 1809. 

— Joseph 1762, 1797. 

— Margaret 1777. 
HAMPETON Martha 1680. 
HAND Edward 1566. 

— John 1566. 

— Mary 1820. 
HANDLER Martha 1621. 

— Mary 1622. 

— Vincent 1660. 
HARDY Anthony 1633. 
HARRINGTON ) .,„ ,-^4 
HERINGTON 1 '^°^" l^^^" 

— Mary 1690, 1745. 



HARRINGTON ( William 
HERINGTON ) 1721. 

HARRISON John 1581. 

— Mark 1830. 
HART Elizabeth 1807. 
HARVEY Frances 1699. 

— Jane 1739. 

— Mary 1771. 

— Theophila 1791. 

— Thomas 1752. 

— Widow 1692. 

— William 1758. 
HASEL Edmund 1598. 
HASELWOOD Ambrose 1770 

— Elizabeth 1779. 

— James 1804. 

— John 1825. 

— Joseph 1772. 

— Sarah 1820. 
HAWE Jane 1568. 
HAYWARD Alice 1604, 1611, 

1622, 1636. 

— Dorothy 1682. 

— Edmund 1671. 

— Edward 1660. 

— Giles 1638. 

— Henry 1644. 

— Joan 1597. 

— John 1616, 1642, 1666. 

— Judith 1631. 

— Katharine 1624. 

— Mary 1611. 

— Suzan 1601. 

— Theodore 1614. 

— Widow 1681. 

— William 1636, 1661. 

See HOWARD. 
HEMPSON Edmund 1723. 
HEMPSTEAD Deborah 1761. 

— Edward 1768. 

— Elizabeth 1748, 1757, 

1761 (2), 1768. 

— James 1713. 

— John 1760. 

— Margaret 1753, 1755. 

— Martha 1774. 

— Mary 1711, 1806. 

— Mary M. E. 1766. 

— Samuel 1777. 

— Sarah 1727. 

— Suzan 1709. 

— Thomas 1709. 

— William 1717, 1748, 

1802. 
HIBBLE 1 John 1760. 
HEBLE ( Margaret 1738. 
HIGHAM Philip 1697. 



390 



BURIALS.— INDEX. 



HILL David ITSG. 

— Thomas 1559, 1563. 
HITCHCOCK Elizabeth 1774, 

1780. 

— Grace 1775. 

— John 1780. 

— Robert 1781. 
HOCKLY Francis 1679. 

— Mary 1676. 

— Suzan 1676. 
HOLDEN Elizabeth 1784, 

1787. 

— George 1785. 

— John 1780, 1790. 

— Martin 1738. 

— Mary 1 757, 1784. 

— Suzan 1756, 1784. 

— William 1791. 
HOUGHTON Casborne 1735. 

— Elizabeth 1675, 1718, 

1740. 

— Hannah 1775. 

— Henry 1689. 

— John 1690, 1717. 

— Michael 1731, 1771. 

— Mr. 1717. 

— Mrs. 1701, 1747. 

— Roger 1677. 

— Suzan 1642. 

— Widow 1663. 
HOW Ann 1727, 1750. 

— Elizabeth 1730, 1747. 

— Francis 1730. 

— Gardener 1766. 

— George 1731. 

— Hannah 1735, 1739. 

— Henry 1718. 

— John 1708, 1730. 

— Joseph 1745. 

— Judith 1707. 

— Martha 1709. 

— Mary 1729, 1735. 

— Rebecca 1786, 1822. 

— Richard 1735. 

— Rose 1770, 1773. 

— Sarah 1708. 

— Thomas 1726, 1754, 

1806. 

— Zacharias 1736. 
HOWARD* Lawrence 1677, 

1680. 

— Rebecca 1673. 

— William 1675. 
See HAYWARD. 

HUBBERT Mary 1579. 
HUGGINS Lydia 1729. 



INGOLD See ENGOLL. 
JACOB Elizabeth 1762. 

— Isaac 1748, 1762. 

— Mary 1775. 

— Robert 1771. 
JAGGARD Ann 1724. 

— John 1791. 

— Mary 1796. 

— Thomas 1725. 
JAMES John 1754. 

— Martha 1754. 

— Mathew 1747. 

— Robert 1766. 

— Suzan 1743. 

— William 1763. 
JARVIS Ann 1685. 

— Leah 1716, 1753. 

— Robert 1726. 

— Thomas 1727. 

— Widow 1702. 
JASLIN Ann 1559. 
JEHIUE Elizabeth 1560. 
JENKIN Luke 1729. 
JERMYN SeeTYNDAL. 
JOINER Sophia 1827. 
KEDINGTON Abraham 1728, 

1745. 

— Ann 1728. 

— Christian 1735. 

— Judith 1761. 

— Thomas 1728. 
KEMP Charlotte 1845. 
KENDAL Hannah 1730. 
KERRICH Alice 1805, 1835. 

— Thomas 1814, 1825. 
KERRINGTON Ann 1666, 

1700. 

— George 1638, 1661. 

— Robert 1675. 
KING Ann 1815. 

— Elizabeth 1841. 

— Hannah 1850. 

— Harriet 1841. 

— John 1773. 

— Margaret 1712. 

— Mary 1782, 1817. 

— PhcEbe 1830. 

— Susan 1715. 
KITTLE Ann 1705, 1709. 

— Elizabeth 1720, 1731. 

— John C. 1695. 
KNOCK Katharine 1793. 
KOBE Henry 1576. 
LAIT Elizabeth 1765. 

— John 1701, 1768. 

— Rachel 1701. 



LAIT Sarah 1730. 

— Thomas 1696, 1723. 

— William 1733. 
LANGHAM James 1809. 

— Mary 1804. 

— William 1628. 
LANGLEY Rose 1610. 
LANSETER John 1706. 
LARNER Mary 1620. 

— Robert 1613. 
LAST Eliza 1842. 

— George 1820. 

— James 1837. 

— Mary Ann 1843. 

— Ro.se 1790. 

— Samuel 1799. 

— Sarah 1844. 

— Simon 1791, 1839. 

— Suzan 1805, 1814. 

— Thomas 1844. 

— Widow 1744. 

— William 1827. 
LAWRANCE Harriet 1825. 
LEADER John 1752. 

— Margaret 1759. 

— Mary 1789. 

— Stephen 1742, 1756, 

1786. 
LEECH Joseph 1814. 

— Tamar 1808. 
LENDAL See LYNDAL. 
LEMMON Edmund 1717. 
LEVETT William 1844. 
LIDIMAN Sarah 1760. 
LILLY Ann 1807, 1824. 

— Audry 1612. 

— Diana 1748. 

— Elizabeth 1817. 

— Joan 1568. 

— John 1559, 1574, 1778, 

1805. 

— Louisa 1800. 

— Luke 1705. 

— Margaret 1562. 

— Mrs. 1707. 

— Richard 1601. 

— Robert 1567, 1643. 

— Suzan 1760. 

— William 1573, 1596, 

1711, 1757, 1778, 
LING Ann 1833. 

— Elizabeth 1681, 1728, 

1768. 

— Frances 1817. 

— John 1694. 

— Robert 1709. 



'These are really Haywards, which name is written Howard in these Registers from about 1670 to 1680. 



BURIALS.— INDEX. 



391 



LING Suzan 1683. 

— Thomas 1719, 1728, 

1811, 1815, 1832. 

— William 1783, 1821. 
LING alias SCRIVENER 

Elizabeth 1824. 
LOFTS Ann 1790. 
LONG Josias 1642. 

— Suzan 1631. 
LUCAS Ann 1715. 

— Charles 1663, 1688. 

— Christian 1677. 

— Clement 1591, 1603, 
t 1639, 1665. 

— Elizabeth 1676, 1684. 

— Gibson 1665, 1691, 1698. 

— Lydia 1628. 

— Margaret 1674. 

— Mary 1618, 1625, 1626, 

1666, 1684. 

— Mrs. 1668. 

— Thomas 1595, 1637, 

1 683. 

— William 1639, 1710, 

1716. 
LUMLY Mary 1727. 
LYAS Ann 1767. 

— William 1759. 
LYN DAL Joan 1653. 

— Richard 1636. 
McLEAN James 1847. 
MAHEW Alice 1610, 1635. 

— Ann 1630. 

— Emma 1836. 

— George 1585, 1595. 

— John 1569, 1576. 

— Luke 1676, 1680. 

— Margaret 1577, 1583, 

1612. 

— Mary 1581. 

— Robert 1622, 1636, 1771. 

— Rose 1604. 

— Suzan 1636. 

— William 1581, 1599. 
MAN Katharine 1570. 

— Ursula 1570. 
MANNING Ann 1617. 

— Christian 1680. 

— Eleanor 1708. 

— Leah 1713. 

— Mrs. 1668. 

— Thomas 1664. 

— William 1641, 1676. 
MANTUA ; John 1671. 
MANTEAU S Mary 1677. 

— Sherman 1677. 
MARSHALL Grace 1827. 



MARSHALL James 1753, 
1755. 

— John 1S32. 

— Mary 1747, 1782, 1791, 

1794. 

— Samuel 1766. 

— Sarah 1770, 1788 (2). 

— Thomas 1742. 
MARTIN Francis 1560. 

— Margerie 1576. 
MASKE Robert 1558. 
MASON Elizabeth 1789. 

— John 1623. 

— Mary 1789. 

— Sarah 1828. 

— Thomas 1830. 
MATHEWS John 1686. 
MAYOR Mary 1727. 
MEADOWS Ann 1837. 

— Elizabeth 1841. 

— James 1832. 

— Thomas 1826. 
METCALF Henry 1846. 
MILLER ( Ann 1759 (2), 
MELLER \ 1763. 

— Elizabeth 1740. 

— John 1735, 1748. 

— John D. 1767, 1839, 

1842. 

— Mary 1826. 

— Suzan 1763, 1812, 1840. 

— William 1755, 1806. 
MILLINGTON William 1741. 
MISEMAN I Ann 1835. 
MYSON I Charles 1817. 

— Frances 1827. 

— George 1834. 

— Hannah 1802. 

— James C. 1829. 

— Jane 1836. 

— John 1836. 

— Joseph 1836. 

— Mary 1836. 

— Marianne 1835. 

— Samuel 1802, 1845. 

— Sarah 1842. 

— Sarah A. 1835. 

— Suzan 1835. 

— William 1827. 
MOORE Robert 1612. 

— Thomas 1602. 
MORTLOCK Ann 1746. 

— Charles 1742. 

— Frances 1734. 

— James 1714, 1725. 

— Lewis 1684, 1739. 

— Mary 1712, 1719, 1762. 



MORTLOCK Sarah 1751. 

— Suzan 1776. 

— Thomas 1764. 
MOUNTAGUE Goodman 

1705. 
MOYSE Lucy 1823. 

— William 1820. 
MOZER John 1594. 
MUDD Mary 1632. 
MUNBY Valentine 1750. 
MURKING George 1849. 
MURTON Frances 1722, 1743. 

— Mary 1720, 1791. 

— Sarah 1784, 1807. 

— Thomas 1745, 1795. 
MUSK Edward 1839, 1841. 

— Elizabeth 1823. 

— Harry 1847. 

— Maria 1833. 

— Mary 1846. 

— Sarah 1815. 

— William 1818. 
NELSON George 1733. 

— Grace 1678. 

— Mr. 1692. 

— Widow 1677, 1722. 
NEWGATE Alice 1627. 

— Joan 1620. 

— Mary 1594. 

— Philip 1636. 

— Robert 1603, 1608, 1622. 

— Tomasin 1599. 
NEWPORT Mary 1716. 

— William 1697, 1728. 
NICHOLLS Mary 1769. 
NOBLE EUzabeth 1675. 

— John 1728. 

— Martha 1706. 

— Robert 1688. 
NORMAN Elizabeth 1577. 

— James 1752. 

— Joan 1599. 

— Mary 1779, 1800. 

— Robert 1776, 1801. 

— William 1772. 
NORRIS Mary 1801. 
NORTON Sarah 1818. 
NUNN Amos 1847. 

— Elizabeth 1806. 

— John 1814, 1848. 

— Mary 1819. 

— Robert 1571. 

— Sarah 1789. 

— Suzan 1846. 

— Suzan A. 1841. 

— William 1799. 
NUTMAN Frances 1637. 



392 



BURIALS.— INDEX. 



John 1750. 



OAKLEY Ann 1791. 
OATLEY 
OTLEY \ 

— Mary 1727, 1748, 1772. 

— Suzan 1728. 
OLDMAN Timothy 1662. 
OLIVER George 1730. 
ONG John 1738. 

— Mary 1721. 

— Suzan 1719. 
ORRIDGE I Ann 1768, 1772, 
ORANGE i 1783. 

— Edward 1783. 

— Mary 1774, 1811. 

— Suzan 1847. 

— Thomas 1777, 1792, 

1798. 
OSBORN William 1801. 
PACK Robert 1683. 

— Widow 1702. 
PAGE Edido 1558. 

— Henry 1759. 

— Margaret 1588, 1613. 

— Mary 1591. 

— Robert 1578. 

— Thomas 1621. 
_ William 1624. 

PALMER Amy 1840. 

— Hannah 1850. 

— James 1847. 

— Robert 1826. 

— William 1848, 1849. 
PAMAN Elizabeth 1703. 
PANNEL Elizabeth 1605. 
PARKER Alee 1631. 

— Edward 1691, 1713, 

1729. 

— Elizabeth 1701. 

— Hannah 1709. 

— Henry 1566. 

— Mary 1695, 1701. 

— Mrs. 1686. 

— Rachel 1737. 

— Robert 1565, 1728. 

— Roger 1565. 

— Sarah 1701, 1703. 

— Thomas 1631, 1706. 

— Widow 1702. 
PARKIN Mary 1684. 

— Samuel 1684. 
PARMEN Marable 1640. 
PARR John 1843. 
PARSONS \ Alfred 1833. 
PEARSON ) Alice 1834. 

— Elizabeth 1833. 

— John 1839. 

— Suran 1778. 



PARSONS ) „,.„. ,om 
PEARSON } William 1801. 

PARTRIDGE Lavinia 1830. 

— Suzan 1739. 

— Thomas O. 1837. 
PASKE James 1846. 

— Suzan 1850. 
PATTLE Mary 1719. 
PAYNE \ Abraham 1707. 
PAIN ) Edmund 1768, 1779. 

— Edward 1616, 1627. 

— Joan 1630. 

— Katharine 1601. 

— Mary 1637, 1757. 
PENTNEY Elizabeth 1741. 

— John 1748. 
PERKINS Abigail 1679. 

— Ann 1849. 
PERRIE Ann 1588. 
PETCH I Abigail 1750. 
PACHE [Ann 1834. 

— Alfred 1838. 

— Fanny 1845. 

— George 1836. 

— William 1757. 
PETCHY ( Ann 1727. 
PEACHY i John 1727. 

— Mary 1687. 

— Robert 1703. 
PETTIWOOD Margaret 1704. 
PETTIT John 1783. 

— William 1782. 
PITT Mary 1850. 
PLEASANCE Elizabeth 1766. 

— Thomas 1731. 
PLOMER John 1558. 

— Margerie 1558. 
PLUMB John 1740. 
POLLARD William 1833. 
POLLEY Ann 1786. 

— James 1774. 

— Joseph 1773. 

— 1779. 

POND Ann 1741, 1761. 

— Martha 1744. 

— Mary 1757. 

— Rachel 1830. 

— Samuel 1736, 1 739, 1757. 

— Sarah 1761. 

— Timothy 1731, 1741. 

— William 1827. 
POTTER Ann 1701, 1738. 

— Edward 1706. 

— Elizabeth 1704. 

— Henry 1683. 

— John 1704. 

— Mary 1766. 



POTTER Robert 1699, 1735, 
1767. 

— Samuel 1712. 
PRATT James 1804. 

— William H. 1850. 
PRICK I Benjamin 1849. 
PRYKE j Edmund 1755. 

— Elizabeth 1718, 1758. 

— Hannah 1719. 

— James 1681. 

— John 1562, 1686. 

— Keziah 1826. 

— Lucina 1815. 

— Lucy 1820. 

— Lucy M. 1845. 

— Lydia 1833. 

— Mary 1681. 

— Sarah A 1841. 

— Thomas 1841. 

— Widow 1697, 1720. 

— William 1680. 
PRIGG James 1681. 
PRIOR Widow 1697. 
RACE Abraham 1833. 

— Esther 1841. 

— Isaac 1832. 

— James 1833, 1839. 

— Mary 1843. 
RAMPLIN Charles 1835. 

— James 1807, 1814, 1834. 

— Maria 1834. 

— Sophia 1834. 

— Suzan 1830. 
RAY George 1835. 
REDGEN Widow 1689. 
REDGRAVE Mary 1572. 
REEVE John 1688. 
REYNOLDS James 1831. 

— Margaret 1833. 
RHODES Jane 1826. 
RICHARDSON Ann 1817. 

— John 1792. 

— Margaret 1626. 

— Thomas 1802, 1812. 
RIDNALL Ann 1837. 

— Elizabeth 1810, 1828. 

— Peggy 1837. 

— Robert 1837, 1843. 

— Thomas 1803, 1832, 

1849. 
ROBINSON John 1700. 

— Mary 1677. 
ROCK Julian 1588. 
ROGERS Bridget 1615. 

— Edward 1775. 

— Elizabeth 1562. 

— Mary 1588. 



BURIALS.— INDEX. 



393 



ROGERS Robert 1782. 

— Thomas 1615, 1776. 
ROLFE Benjamin 1761. 

— Edward 1772. 

— Elizabeth 1708. 

— George T. 1849. 

— James 1779 

— John 1707, 1710, 1716, 

1822. 

— Margaret 1707. 

— Mary 1703, 1785, 1787, 

1 820. 

— William 1713. 
ROOKS Abraham 1826. 

— Frances 1829. 

— James 1832. 

— Martha 1826. 

— Robert 1849. 

— Thomas 1826. 
ROOT Agnes 1849. 

— Emma 1831. 

— George 1799. 
ROSE Edmund 1689, 1694. 
ROULINSON Barbara 1634. 

— George 1647. 
ROWE Charles 1844. 

— Jonas 1826. 

— Joseph 1839, 1848. 

— Rachel 1824. 
ROWLAND John 1789. 
ROWLY Thomas 1721. 
RUDLAND Sarah 1824. 
RUGGLES Elizabeth 1641, 

1643. 

— Martha 1639. 

— Mary 1628. 

— Samuel 1632. 

— Widow 1660. 
RUSHBROOK \ Charles 
ROSBROOK I 1768, 1833. 

— Charlotte 1846. 

— Christopher 1825. 

— Eliza 1831. 

— Elizabeth 1813, 1819, 

1828. 

— Jane 1836. 

— Jeremiah 1786. 

— John 1768. 

— Lewis 1779, 1830. 

— Rebecca 1762, 1827. 

— Suzan 1767, 1780. 

— Thomas 1815. 

— William 1819. 
RUSHWORTH Richard 1675. 
RUTTER iMary 1826, 1850. 
SACHE Thomas 1661. 
SADLER Sarah 1761. 



SAGE Widow 1665. 
SALE I Ambrose 1809. 
SEALi Elizabeth 1789, 1841. 

— Maria 1841. 

— Mary 1776, 1835. 

— Sarah 1796. 

— Simon 1S46. 

— William 1793. 
SALISBURY James 1844. 

— John 1817. 

— William 1814. 
SANDECROFT Sarah 1705. 
SAUNDERS Ann 1849. 

— Josiah 1S46. 

— Sarah 1842. 

— Thomas G. 1841. 
SAWYER William ](;33. 
SCARLIN Caroline 1847. 

— James 1825. 

— Martha S. 1817. 

— Suzan 1844 
SCOT Elizabeth 1606. 

— Hannah 1616. 

— Lettise 1592 

— Mary 1589. 

— Robert 1589. 
SCRIVENER alias LING 

Elizabeth 1824. 
SEAPY Suzan 1835. 
SECKER Alice 1745. 

— Diana 1745. 
SERGEANT Abigail 1846. 

— Alice 1741. 

— John 1728, 1736, 1836. 

— Mrs. 1667. 

— Robert 1667. 

— Thomas 1681, 1704. 
SHARP Elizabeth 1798. 

— Joan 1638. 

— Judith 1713. 

— Mary 1846. 

— Thomas 1618, 1802, 

1836. 
SHAW Alice 1715, 1757. 

— Francis 1706, 1738. 
SHELVER Charles 1808. 
SHINKFIELD William 1806. 
SHIP George 1722. 

— Suzan 1722. 
SHORT Margaret 1614. 

— Valentine 1610. 
SILLET Adrie 1631. 

— Ann 1671. 

— Bridget 1592, 1602. 

— Caleb 1704. 

— Clement 1592. 

— Dorothy 1637 (2). 



SILLETEdward 1603, 1632(2). 

— Frances 1622. 

— George 1826 (2). 

— James 1605. 

— Joshua 1678. 

— Katharine 1590. 

— Margerie 1565. 

— Mary 1605, 1627, 1631. 

— Mrs. 1666. 

— Richard 1633, 1642, 

1687 (2). 

— Thomasin 1643. 
SIMKIN Elizabeth 1821. 

— Sarah A. 1838. 
SKINNER Elizabeth 1585, 

1711. 

— Thomas 1694. 

— William 1661. 
SMITH I . ,__ ,__ 
SMYTH \ 175b, 1765. 

— Anthony 1691, 1708. 

— Eleanor 1706. 

— Elizabeth 1736, 1800. 

— George 1786. 

— Hannah 1722. 

— Isaac 1662. 

— James 1558. 

— Jane 1695. 

— John 1679, 1715, 1747, 

1784, 1837. 

— Margaret 1681. 

— Mary 1685, 1744, 1765. 

— Rebecca 1820. 

— Richard 1784. 

— Robert 1734, 1743. 

— Samuel 1787. 

— Sarah 1807. 

— Suzan 1809. 

— Thomas 1725. 

— Widow 1694, 1719. 

— William 1682, 1756, 

1828. 
SOWTER Rose 1631. 
SPALDING Ann 1839, 1841. 

— Edmund 1766. 

— Elizabeth 1604. 

— Frances 1789. 

— James 1713, 1768, 1777, 

1785, 1835. 

— John 1825, 1841. 

— Mary 1820. 

— Philip 1574. 

— Robert 1588, 1781. 

— Sarah 1787, 1796. 

— William 1566. 

— William N. 1799. 
SPARK Alice 1632. 



394 



BURIALS.— INDEX. 



SPARK George 1812. 

— Henry 1685. 

— James 1727, 1767, 1776 

— John 1764, 1791. 

— Margaret 17G7. 

— Mrs. 1724. 

— Rebecca 1708. 

— Richard 1777. 

— Robert 1625. 

— Sarah 163(5. 

— William 1806. 
SPARROW Ann 1707. 

— Edmund 1559 

— Elizabeth 1077. 

— Hannah 1736. 

— John 1720, 1775. 

— Mary 1758, 1759. 
SPEDDING Jane 1820. 
SPENCELY Ann 1698. 

— Elizabeth 1707. 

— Mary 1759. 

— Richard 1731. 

— Thomas 1718. 
SPENCER Alice 1751. 

— Hugh 1723, 1729. 

— Mary 1779. 
SPICER Ann 1750. 

— Elizabeth 1760. 

— John 1772. 

— Mary 1721. 
SPINCK Margaret 1635. 

— Martha 1643. 

— Mary 162o, 1(535. 

— Robert 1630, 1658. 
STANTON Elizabeth 1646. 

— Joan 1593. 

— John 1600. 

— Margery 1622. 

— Thomas 1634, 1661. 
STAPSE Richard 1566. 
STAYERS Ann 1626. 
STEED John 1803. 
STEEVEN John 1567. 
STEGGEL Ann 1609. 

— George 1619. 

— Martha 1606. 
STEWARD Elizabeth 1635. 

— Joan 1675. 

— John 1667. 

— Mary 1663. 

— Mrs. 1660. 

— Rebecca 1665. 

— Robert 1638, 1646, 1676, 

1680. 

— Widow 1673, 1682. 
STONEHAM Elizabeth 1625. 
STURGEON Ann 1845. 



STURGEON Frederick Will: 
1844. 

— John 1563. 

— Michael 1824 
STUTTON Florida 1783. 
SUTTON Ann 1(;23. 
SWAN Eliz: 1749, 1750(2), 

1755, 1791. 

— Harry 1847. 

— John 1775. 

— Mary Ann 1847. 

— Thomas 1790. 
SYMONDS John 1727. 

— Mary 1729. 

— Thomas 1727. 
TALBOT Mary 1637. 

— Robert 1694. 

— Thomas 1640. 

— Widow 1718. 
TALMEGE Margaret 1579. 
TAYLOR Emma 1645. 

— , Francis 1661. 

— Isabella 1741. 

— Richard 1743. 

— Rowland 1746. 
TEUERSON Nicholas 1583. 
THOMSON Robert J. 1835, 

— Suzan 1627. 
THURLOW Elizabeth 1839. 

— William 1848. 
TILLETT Charles 1836. 
TITMUS John 1635. 
TOLLER )Ann 1628, 1632, 
TOWLER / 1644. 

— Gilbert 1632. 

— Holofernes 1632. 

— Joan 1628. 

— Margaret 1661. 

— Widow 1678. 

— William 1627. 
TRICKER Hannah 1806. 

— Harriet 1803, 1806. 

— John 1798, 1844. 

— William 1800. 
TRUMBLE Alice 1600. 

— Dorothy 1602. 

— Isaac 1640. 
TUNBRIDGE Ann 1809. 
TUPFIELD Eleanor 1566. 
TURNER Barbara 1645. 

— Christian 1606. 

— Elizabeth 1764. 

— John 1592. 

— Mary 1750, 1795. 
TWEED Amy 1846. 

— Charles 1832. 

— David 1845. 



TWEED James 1800. 

— John 1804. 

— Suzan 1791. 

— Thomas 1833. 
TWITCH ETT William 1799. 
TYNDAL Ann 1574. 
UNDERWOOD Christopher 

1781. 
UTTING Charles 1848. 
VAROH Charles 1755, 1760 

— David 1837. 

— Frederick 1755. 

— Humphry 1755. 

— Mary 1795, 1843. 
VERVY Francis 1615. 
WADDELOWE John 1578 
WADE Ann 1830, 1831. 

— Henry H. 1845. 

— Joshua 1662. 

— Thomas 1657, 1846. 
WALKER Ann 1622. 

— Edey 1610. 

— John 1677. 

— Mrs. 1689. 
WARD Alice 1840. 

— Charles 1828. 

— Edmund 1789. 

— John 1633, 1793. 

— Sophia 1795. 
WARDIN Elizabeth 1752. 
WARREN James 1811. 

— John 1823. 

— Maria 1812. 

— Mary 1805. 

— Suzan 1792, 1822. 
WEB Charles 1710. 

— Elizabeth 1690, 1707. 

— Thomas 1701. 
WELLAM Alice 1558, 1565, 

1620. 

— Joan 1561. 

— John 1558, 1559, 1563, 

1564, 1579. 

— Mary 1671. 

— Margaret 1559, 1602. 

— Robert 1601, 1636. 

— Thomas 1583, 1630, 

1678. 

— Widow 1693. 
WELLS Elizabeth 1730. 

— Sarah 1826. 
WESTROP George S. 1784. 
WIFFEN Margaret 1681. 

— Mrs. 1660. 

— Sarah 1642. 

— Thomas 1685. 

— Widow 1671, 1688. 



BURIALS.— INDEX, 



395 



WIFFEN William 1661. 
WIGNOL Agnes 1599. 

— David 1592. 
WIGSON Adelaide J. 1846. 

— Elizabeth 1830. 

— Emma 1848. 

— Frederick T. 1830. 

— Henry C. 1826. 

— Mary Ann 1824. 

— Septimus S. 1833. 

— Thomas 1824. 
WILDEN Robert 1785. 
WILLINGHAM Alice 1764, 

1840. 

— Delariviere 1789. 

— Edmund 1748, 1802, 

1819, 1839. 

— Edward 1790, 1844. 

— Eliza 1846. 

— Elizabeth 1817. 

— Mary 1741, 1758, 1777, 

1790, 1812, 1814. 

— Rachel 1754. 



WILLINGHAM Robert 1835. 

— Sarah 1738, 1782, 1811. 

— Suzan 1831. 

— Thomas 1768, 1776, 

1791. 

— Widow 1698. 

— William 1586, 1842. 
WILSON Thomas 1664. 
WING John 1S30. 
WINNEY Edmund 1752. 
WISEMAN Ann 1780. 

— Hannah 1693, 1746, 

1804. 

— John 1765. 

— Thomas 1696, 1699. 
WITHEFORD Mrs. 1737. 
WIX Ann 1730. 

— Theodore 1701. 

— Thomas 1695. 

— 1698. 

WOMOCK Ann 1665. 

— Mary 1660, 1665. 
WOOD Clementina S. 1784. 



WOODRUFF Isabella 1738. 
WOODWARD Maria 1780. 
WORDE Agnes 1584. 
WRIGHT Andrew 1657. 

— Ann 1774. 

— Hester 1710. 

— James 1701. 

— Josias 1667, 1683. 

— Suzan 1632. 

— Tabitha 1698. 
WYARD Christian 1616. 

— Elizabeth 1625, 1673. 

— Hannah 1695. 

— Henry 1614, 1633, 1689. 

— James 1753. 

— - Margaret 1661. 

— Widow 1660, 1673. 

— William 1694. 
WYMOCK I Mary 1771. 
WHYMARK S Rebecca 1727. 
YONGE Margaret 1582. 



Nameless 1764, 1774, 1781. 



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p. 2, 1. 31. — Dele [Sargeaunt ?] The name is Largeaunt. 

P. 91, 1. 30. — For Seaven read Seaber. 

P. 124, 1. 2. — For Penson read Person. 

P. 155, 1. 16. — For sat.. : [?] read Sequestratus. 



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